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Organizational Culture Inventory (OCI): Self-Description Student: Course Title: Leadership and Organizational Behavior Course Number: MGMT591 Professor: Date:
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1. Personal Thinking Culture I have several higher primary personal thinking culture has accounted 98% which are Power, Achievement and Self-Actualizing. And my secondary thinking culture are Affiliative, Humanistic- Encouraging, were accounted 96%. Primary Cultures: Power, Achievement and Self-Actualizing (98%) According the definition of Power culture, I’m tending to focus more on A Power culture is descriptive of nonparticipative organizations structured on the basis of the authority inherent in members' positions. Members believe they will be rewarded for taking charge, controlling subordinates and, at the same time, being responsive to the demands of superiors. And another culture is Achievement and culture characterizes organizations that do things well and value members who set and accomplish their own goals. Last one is Self-Actualizing, this culture characterizes organizations that value creativity, quality over quantity, and both task accomplishment and individual growth. Members are encouraged to gain enjoyment from their work, develop themselves, and take on new and interesting activities. According these definitions, I think I’m able to work successfully in team based organizations and those are really key cultures that needs to future leaders. Backup Cultures: Affiliative, Humanistic-Encouraging (96%) This high range scores are defining me as follows. An Affiliative culture characterizes organizations that place a high priority on constructive interpersonal relationships. Members are expected to be friendly, open, and sensitive to the satisfaction of their work group.
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