Chap002.ppt - As defined by Edgar Schein A pattern of basic...

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2- 2-1 As defined by Edgar Schein A pattern of basic assumptions invented, discovered or developed by a given group As it learns to cope with the problems of adaptation and integration That has worked well enough to be considered valid Taught to new members as the correct way to perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems
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2- 2-2 Examples of cultural attributes Documents Physical layouts and furnishings Language, jargon Work ethics and practices Loyalty and commitment Helping others Management equity Fair day’s work for a fair day’s pay
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2- 2-3 Values The conscious, affective desires or wants of people that guide their behavior Society’s ideas about right and wrong Passed from one generation to the next Organizations operate well only when shared values exist among employees Personal values guide both on- and off-the-job behavior
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2- 2-4 Organizational culture involves shared Expectations Values Attitudes It exerts influence on Individuals Groups Organizational processes
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  • Spring '11
  • nonenone
  • Business, Sociology, Edgar Schein, anticipatory socialization stage, Role management, socialization stage

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