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Keya Agarwal 11/4/11 BUAD 304 – Leading Organizations (Discussion session: 14752) Professor Coombs and Tolan Assignment #4– 1. I do not think that an employee swap is advisable for all companies, because companies and employees can only benefit from the swap if they have distinct differences in their organizational culture, and can hence be of value to both companies involved in the swap. If companies have the same organizational culture then companies involved in the swap wouldn’t be benefiting from it, and they cannot learn much from each other. Furthermore by being involved In an employee swap, companies are placing their competitive edge at risk, and can possibly give away the secrets of their high performance. 2. Culture is transmitted to employees in a number of forms, but the most potent and prominent are stories, rituals, material symbols and language. Stories are generally passed down from the owners or executives of an organization and
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2012 for the course BUAD 304 taught by Professor Cummings during the Fall '07 term at USC.

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