Chap 18-19

Chap 18-19 - rg O na ti o i za an Cu l re ltu 18 er pt ha C...

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Unformatted text preview: rg O na ti o i za an Cu l re ltu 18 er pt ha C Organizational culture Org. culture is defined as individuals in an organization having a common perception and sharing core values. Forces that sustain a culture: 1. Top management 2. Selection process 3. Socialization For a new hire the transformation into the culture begins with an effective orientation program. Organizations may have subcultures that are different from the dominant culture. Five Cultural Dimensions Gert Hofstede 1. Power Distance Uncertainty Avoidance Individualism vs. Collectivism Masculinity vs. Femininity Short-term vs. Long-term orientation 2. 3. 4. 5. . Important note Company culture can be both an asset and a liability. o M iv a t on ti in rg o iza an ns ti o 19 er pt ha C motivation - If you want to motivate people, first think about their needs. Motivational Programs Theory MBO Recognition programs Quality Circles Variable pay programs Goal- setting theory Positive reinforcement Participative management Expectancy theory MBO Good goals for MBO must be SMART goals. -Specific -Measurable -Attainable -Results-oriented -Time-related Motivation -Recognition Programs -Most powerful workplace motivator. -Quality Circles -Involves people from different departments who come together to solve a problem. -Variable Pay Programs -Linking pay with their results - Piece work plan & commission are examples - Offer gain-sharing and profit sharing plans ...
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