Exam4 FC2 - Enacted Values Espoused Values The values that...

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Unformatted text preview: Enacted Values Espoused Values The values that leaders say they and their staff rely on to guide their decisions and actions. The values that leaders and employees truly rely on to guide their decisions and actions. Enacted Values Espoused Values Organizational leaders construct a positive public image by claiming to believe in values that are socially desirable, even when they are not applied (i.e. Enron). Values-in-use that are apparent by watching people in action. Shared Assumptions Organizational Culture The values and assumptions shared within an organization. The deepest element of organizational culture; some believe its the essence of corporate culture. Shared Values Shared Assumptions Non-conscious, taken- for-granted perceptions or ideal prototypes of behavior that are considered the correct way to think and act toward problems and opportunities; so deeply ingrained that Values that people within the organization or work unit have in common and place near the top of their hierarchy of value (i.e. efficiency and competitiveness at Dell). you probably wouldnt discover them through surveys. Values, Shared Values, and Shared Assumptions Values Stable, evaluative beliefs that guide our preferences for outcomes or courses of action in a variety of situations; conscious perceptions about what is good or bad and right or wrong. Elements of organizational culture: Artificats Artifacts The observable symbols and signs of an organizations culture. Symbols or indicators of culture; reinforce and potentially support changes to an organizations culture. 1. Organization al stories and legends 2. Rituals and ceremonies 3. Language 4. Physical Artifacts structures and symbols Provide valuable evidence about a companys culture; observe workplace behavior, listen to everyday conversations, study written documents, note physical Four broad categories of artifacts: structures, and interview staff. Rituals Rituals The programmed routines of daily organizational life that dramatize the organizations culture. i.e. how visitors are greeted, how often senior executives visit subordinates, how people communicate with each other, how much time employees take for lunch, etc. Ceremonies Ceremonies Planned displays of organizational culture, conducted specifically for the benefit of an audience....
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This note was uploaded on 09/08/2011 for the course MAN 4240 taught by Professor Putchinski,l during the Fall '08 term at University of Central Florida.

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Exam4 FC2 - Enacted Values Espoused Values The values that...

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