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c ompany’s condition is directly affected by its culture. ong culture reduces turnover and improves performance ratic culture leads to high turnover and poor performance s upervision, and work environment contribute to employee dissatisfaction motivated when they don’t know what they’re working towards ationships exist between employees and supervisors and flexibility in work environment disengages employees nd poor performance increase costs and decrease earnings tivating employees will reduce costs and increase earnings xibility will make employees feel like their part of a team to experiment makes them feel like they make a difference ews are important to the company and the employees nize and reward employees for hard work a tions and examples through supportive cultural network Overcoming Organizational Obstacles Electronics Refurbished Overcoming Organizational Obstacles The Importance of Culture 1
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Overcoming Organizational Obstacles Executive Summary This proposal addresses the organizational concerns that cause many negative effects for Electronics Refurbished Company. Over the years, the company has had trouble retaining employees, and maximizing performance. This is because of the company’s weak bureaucratic culture. The bureaucratic culture creates a lot of resentment for employees and causes them to look elsewhere for jobs or lose motivation to work as hard if they do remain with the company. In order to break this cycle, the company needs to evolve into a strong employee-focused culture. This will improve employee morale, which will reduce turnover and maximize performance, and in turn reduce organizational costs, increase revenue, and result in a greater net profit. As a stronger company, Electronics Refurbished can grow and be much more successful. 2
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Overcoming Organizational Obstacles Introduction: A Company Stems from its Culture Companies tend to see things like high turnover, poor performance, and poor leadership as problems, because these things affect the company’s financial situation. What they don’t realize, however, is that these things in themselves are not the real problems. Instead they are effects of a deeper rooted problem, weak organizational culture. Just as how a plant’s condition is directly affected by its roots, a company’s condition is directly affected by its culture. A strong culture consists of strong core values that all employees are well aware of and agree with. There are visible rites and rituals so employees understand expectations and the path of their future. There is also a supportive cultural network that communicates and exemplifies the values, rites, and rituals. A weak culture, on the other hand, consists of values that are not obvious to or agreed upon by everyone. Rites and rituals are not visible, and they tend to be inconsistent or fragmented, so employees aren’t
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