Orgculture

Orgculture - Organizational Culture A set of values or...

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Unformatted text preview: Organizational Culture A set of values or beliefs that is unique to any one organization Some issues Strength of the culture Hidden elements Clicks Values Trying to get on the inside Positive Aspects of an Organizational Culture Guides decision making Provides identity for members Amplifies commitment Guides employee behavior Provides justification for actions Strength of an Organizational Culture A strong culture could help an organization adapt to the environment A strong culture can also be an anchor around the neck of change Visible Signs of Strong Organizational Culture Stories Heroes Rituals Ceremonies Symbols Myths Types of Cultures The Clan Culture A very friendly place to work where people share a lot of themselves. It is like an extended family. Cameron, K., & Quinn, R., (1999). Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture. New York: AddisonWesley. Types of Cultures The Hierarchy Culture A very formalized structured place to work. Procedures govern what people do. Cameron, K., & Quinn, R., (1999). Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture. New York: AddisonWesley. Types of Cultures The Adhocracy Culture A dynamic entrepreneurial, and creative place to work. People stick their necks out and take risks. Cameron, K., & Quinn, R., (1999). Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture. New York: AddisonWesley. Types of Cultures The Market Culture A results oriented organization whose major concern is with getting the job done. People are competitive and goaloriented. Cameron, K., & Quinn, R., (1999). Diagnosing and Changing Organizational Culture. New York: AddisonWesley. ...
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