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Organizational Culture at Pixar

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Organizational Culture at Pixar

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Organizational culture which is also called corporate culture can be defined as a personality of the organization. As we know personality has always played a major role in Mans success, in the same way organizational culture can play a major role in company success. Now in days most of the businesses that are very successful have build a very typical culture that works towards their success. Pixar Is a very good example of how organizational culture can be a key element to a company success. Pixar has a very unique corporate culture that is very typical to them and it works and help them meet their goals, that is why pixar has always had success since they started their computer animation business.

Pixar is a very successful company, " No other film company in history has come close to pixar's record of successful movies-eleven out of eleven have been box office success, and each has been nominated for an academy award. ( Cameron, Quinn -Diagnosing and changing organizational culture). Most people think that pixar  owes it's success to it's particular work culture "This success, according to people we know at Pixar, is due to a clan culture"(Cameron, Quinn- Diagnosing and changing organizational culture). According to Cameron and Quinn, clan ( or collaborate) culture happens in the company when its organization looks more like a family-type. According to them pixar is organized like a family. Pixar make the people working for them feel as comfortable as possible, they make them feel like they are more a part of a family than team work. They believe that this makes pixar's employees be as more productive as possible and thus help them meet their goals. Pixar's top managers are always looking for creativity because they believe that owe their amazing success to their permanent creativity. In order for them to always be attain that they have to get as much ideas they can. To achieve that they allow their workers from all levels to always express their ideas and...