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1Organizational CultureAngeline CanellaNSG 513August 4th, 2020University of Phoenix
2Organizational CultureHealth care leaders are dealt with different cultures when they are faced to lead an organization. Schein demonstrates an understanding that organizations have a culture that is tangible and intangible. This involves three levels. The first levels involve the social and physicalenvironment, such as art, behavior patterns, and language. Level 2 involves the values seen in thephysical environment. The last level involves the nature of human activity and relationships (Ledlow and Stephens, 2018). For a leader to be successful, it is beneficial to develop a SWOT analysis that assesses the organization’s strengths, weakness, outcomes, and treats. Health leaders should utilize resources to assist them in making changes in an organization. Examples of some tools that are effective are the primary embedding mechanism and the secondary articulation and reinforcement mechanism (Ledlow and Stephens, 2018). The

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