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Source 1:Chatman, J. A., & Eunyoung Cha, S. (2003). Leading by leveraging culture. California Management Review, 45, (p. 19–34).The organizational success has more to do with ability to implement the strategies versus forming well defined and complex strategies. Organizations which have simple strategy but wereable to fully implement tend to be more successful compared to the organization that have well-formulated strategy but failed to fully implement them. Hence, the organization should shift focus from strategy formulation to strategy execution. The author states that the culture is all about execution. Culture is defined as a system made up of shared values, which identifies what is important, and norms, which specifies expected attitudes and behaviors. There are two main ways a strong culture enhances performance of an organization. First, it energizes employees by giving them identity, values and ideals by setting unified goals which motivate employees’ efforts because

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