OrganizationalCulure

OrganizationalCulure - Organizational Culture A system of...

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Organizational Culture A system of shared meaning that determines how employees act Distinguishes one organization from another Is the glue that bonds an organization Controls individuals through shared values and norms, expectations, etc. Values vs. Norms Values: stable long-lasting beliefs about what’s right and wrong ex. Honesty is the best policy Norms: unwritten rules that shape behaviour in different situations ex. Organizational networking events Creating a Strong Org. Culture Senior managers hire only employees who think the way they do The management guide these employees to their way of thinking Top managers serve as good role models Is it a good thing? Factors Creating a Strong Culture Values of the founder: have a substantial influence on values, norms, and behaviours over time - hire managers that share their vision Socialization: nercomers learn org values necessary to work -members learn from each other which values are important
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