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MGT 3303  Management of Organizations Ch.3   Organizational Environments  & Culture 1
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aodjgkv65MM 2 Gary Hamel on…
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External environmental characteristics affecting  organizations Components of general environments Components of specific environments Internal environments: organizational cultures 3 Outline
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1)  Environmental change Stable …slow change…more time to make decisions Example: Universities Dynamic …rapid change…faster decision making is  critical Example:  Gaming, online news, music Research : organizations experience long periods of  stability (equilibrium), with periods of short/complex  (revolutionary) change  4 Environmental characteristics  affecting organizations
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5 Punctuated equilibrium model
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2)  Environmental complexity Simple …few external factors that affect organizations Example: Dairy farmers Complex …several important & changing external issues   affect organization Example: U.S. auto companies   regulators, changing  consumer tastes, foreign competitors, price of gas, unions,  pressure to develop alternative technologies, etc. 6 Environmental characteristics  affecting organizations
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3)  Resource scarcity Are critical resources available for the firm?
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