Shared values what is important beliefs how things

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Shared Values What is Important Beliefs How Things Work Behavioral Norms The Way We Do Things Here
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Core Value Efficiency Innovation Quality Customer Service Speed/Adaptability Social Responsibility
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Organization Culture Rites & Ceremonies Rite of Passage; Enhancement; Renewal; Integration Stories Heroes Legends Symbols Language Jargon Behaviors Dress Physical Settings
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Organization Culture Reinforces Common (Shared) Values Assumptions Beliefs Attitudes Feeling Identity
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Culture & Strategy Implementation Management Style Type Organization Implementation Tool Theory X Mechanistic Rules and Regulations Theory Y Humanistic Align Company Goals with Individual Needs Theory Z Communal Cultural Norms
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Strong Cultures Consensus on Values Hiring practices Conformity to Behavioral Norms Peer pressure Separate and Distinct from “General” Culture Identification with Organization Reduced need for Rules & Regulations
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Changing the Existing Culture Understand the current culture. Avoid head-on confrontation with the old guard. Change the management team (“clean house”). Vision statements alone will not bring about cultural change. Create new organizational folklore. Use symbols to instill new thinking. Persevere.
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