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Organizational Culture – shared values and beliefs that underlie a company’s identity Video: SAS Apply 21 st century characterisitcs Apply paradigms Apply stratgis management practices Child care center Soda fountains and snacks Recreation and fitness center Maintenance/ Changing organizational culture Competing values framework Provides a practical way for managers to understand, measure, and change organizational culture. External focus on stability and control (market culture), external focus and values flexibility (adhocracy culture), or internal focus on flexibility (clan culture), or internal focus on stability and control Potential benefits of organizing culture Promotion of unity resulting in clearer ecpectations, job commitment, and increased job performance Organizational Ethics Paradigms “Ethical myths” It is easy to be ethical It is hard to be ethical. Everyone has a different opinion on what is ethical. People are not leaders, but followers when it comes to ethics. Authority figures “allow” people to be
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