Session 19 - Organizational Culture Part 2 Fall 2009

Session 19 - Organizational Culture Part 2 Fall 2009 - IOE...

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IOE 421 Work Organizations IOE 421 Work Organizations Session 19 Organizational Culture (Part 2) November 11, 2009
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Our Agenda Today Lecture – Organizational Culture (Continued) Expand Concepts From Last Session Video: A Tour of Corporate Cultures - Philips Petroleum and Mary Kay Cosmetics Corporate Culture Impact on Teams Video: Culture Impacting Teams: Blue Angels - A Year in the Life Next Class Assignments
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Review: Strategy, Environment, and Culture Bureaucratic Culture (IRS) Mission Culture (General Electric) Clan Culture (JetBlue) Adaptability Culture (3M) Control Flexible Focus External Internal Structure Human Relations Emphasis Internal Process Emphasis Open Systems Emphasis Rational Goal Emphasis Dennison Model
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IOE 421 Work Organizations Example: “What I Saw at the Revolution” Excerpt from Peggy Noonan’s What I Saw At The Revolution Page 132 – “Knee Deep in the Hoopla” “It was a sunny day, brilliantly sunny. We rode in limousines from the White House to the airfield. We rode right up to the plane. I said my name to a military aide who was standing with a clipboard at the bottom of the ramp and who checked off names as we jogged with just the right amount of casual energy up the stairs. At the top I turned to see what the president sees when he stands and waves -a terminal with little people waving back - and turned into the coolness of Air Force One. There it was - the West Wing hum. And the West Wing aroma, flowers on the airplane.” “There was a name on each seat. There was no boisterousness, no loud talk. People had brought newspapers, and read them as we rose. The famous smooth takeoff was smooth. Air Force One macho - No one wore seat belts. I unbuckled mine. I was too excited to read but I didn't want to look that way so I read the Times. People walked by. A steward. ‘Would you like anything, ma'am?’ ‘Yah (with a yawn), think I'll take some coffee.’ (This isn't my first time here.)
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