Impact of organizational culture on the commitment: relationship between levels of organizational culture with commitment Muhammad Suleman Sabir, Adeel Razzaq and Muhammad Yameen
Organizational culture enhances the commitment of employees toward organizational goal. I focused on three levels of organizational culture; surface level, espoused values and assumptions values relationship with organization commitment whether it form of emotional attachment of employees or obligations for employees. I concluded from the literature that organizational culture is compulsory part of the organization on which organization success or failure depends. Those organizations which succeed in implementing the culture efficiently in the organization lead the marker or gain high profitability. The organizational culture increases the employee commitment through installing different level (surface level, espoused values, basic assumptions and values) of culture in the organization. ____________________________________________________________
Organizations need to build up their culture for the survival in the market and each organizational culture different from the other. The culture of the organization influence the work gets done in the organization whether it is strong or weak culture. Organizational culture influence the organization in different angle but I only focused on the workforce commitment aspect of the organizational culture. In this era of competition, organizations need such culture that increases the employee commitment (Northcraft, Neale and Langlands, 2002). Employee’s commitment is come from the workforce that shows the level of attachment with the organization and these levels of commitment effect the organization. In the decade of 1980s researcher more concentration on the organizational culture which considered one of vital determinant of success. The fundamental determinant of organization success is strong culture. Organizational culture came into being with the interaction of employees with each other. The culture of organization differentiated from the other on various bases. The culture formation in the organization involved various factors such as workforce, leadership, owner, size and background. Organizational culture gives the authority to manager and workforce for the usage of resources. (Doina, Mirela and Constantin, -----) The culture of an organization motivates the workforce which affects the performance of organization. Author divided the culture into weak and strong culture. The organization that consist the clear and comprehensive shared value and belief lead the strong organization culture. Strong culture increases the workforce performance by energizing with good working environment and coordination among employee behavior (Andre Rae , ) The culture of an organization can be build with the assist of major four factors (personal and professional characteristics of People within organization, organizational ethics, property rights that the organization gives to employees, structure of organization). Each organization developed own culture with the interaction these four factors and may changed with the passage of time. The development of organizational culture based on the people that establish the organization. The people's shared value within organization become more similar with the organization values which lead optimum performance. The cultural value depends on top management which also establishes ethics for employees to deal with each other. The moral values and ethic values are part of culture that shapes the values. The establishment body of ethic values influences the organization culture (Organizational Theory, Desing and Change 6th edition). Organizational culture appears in various forms on the different level but Hofstede (1990) introduce four level of organizational culture including shared assumptions, cultural values, behaviors and cultural symbols. These support...
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