m4l5 - culture Power of Culture Culture is a form of...

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Module 4: Management of Organizations Professor Cristina Banks banks@haas.berkeley.edu Office Hours: Wednesday 2-4 @ F526
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How can you attract qualified candidates? Base salary Benefits Organizational culture Opportunity for advancement Meaningful work Signing bonus Opportunity for wealth
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Developing Organizational Culture The Power of Culture Signs of Culture How to Manage Culture
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The Power of Culture A system of shared values and norms. Values = A principle, standard or quality considered desirable Norms = Unwritten rules & expectations of conduct which prescribes a type of behavior
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The Power of Culture Culture shapes employee behavior. Rewards and reinforces appropriate behavior Punishes and isolates violators of the
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Unformatted text preview: culture Power of Culture Culture is a form of informal (social) control , not formal (written) control. Strong norms increase clarity about priorities and expectations. Tell you what is right behavior Tell you what will happen if you do the right (or wrong) thing What Makes Strong Culture Intensity Fundamental belief or just a job Teach for America Jack In The Box Degree of agreement Unity or warring factions US Armed Forces UC Berkeley students Managing Culture Recruit and select employees who fit the culture. Socialize and train employees. Reward and recognize employees....
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