3+Org+Culture

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Organizational Culture Ch 16
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EKINs EKINs Nike’s Mission Nike Innovation Tinker Hatfield
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Organizational Culture Shared social knowledge within an  organization regarding the rules, norms  and values that shape the attitudes and  behaviors of its employees Example from the text: 3 parts
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Components Observable Artifacts: dress, rituals,  stories, language, symbols, colors Espoused Values: explicitly stated  beliefs, philosophies and norms.  (missions statement) Underlying assumptions: generally  understood beliefs and philosophies.  Acted on without question.
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University of Florida What is the culture of UF? Observable artifacts Espoused Values Underlying Assumptions
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The Sport Context How is culture different in sports?
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Leadership One of the biggest drivers of 
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Unformatted text preview: organizational culture. Phil Knight More important in temporary sport organizations (organizing/host committees) ASA Attraction-Selection-Attrition: potential employees will be attracted to organizations whose cultures match their own personality. What does this mean for new employees? Why is this important? Socialization What is socialization? How is it done? Why is it important? Outcome of Culture: P-O Fit Relationship to Job Performance? Relationship to Org Commitment? When employees match their orgs culture what individual mechanisms are affected that affect performance and/or org commitment? Think as a UF student...
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