2. How can leader or founder help create strong culture in an organisation? Can a leader eliminate culture? Explain. INTRODUCTION
1. BACKGROUND OF THE CULTURE IN ORGANISATIONAL
Leadership is a person whose can influence a person for accomplish their objective in organisation to make it more cohesive and coherent. As we know leadership try to influence a group or person to achieve their goal or target. (http://www.nwlink.com/~donc lark/leadcon. html)
Always leader will create their own vision first. This vision must have the deep meaning and leaders must make the best vision as symbol to organisation. After that, they try to setting a goal to achieve their target and developing action plan as a strategy in their organisation. Lastly, a leader will monitoring action plan execution. The leader must follow up the follower doing what is required. As a leader they have six traits to make successful as a leader. That is a drive, desire to lead, integrity, self-confidence, intelligent, and job-relevant knowledge. (http://www.slides hare.net/nusabtara99/high-performing-leadership)
Culture is refer to accumulation of knowledge, beliefs, attitudes, experiences, religion, relations, concepts of the universe, values, meaning, roles, notions of time, relations, material possessions and objects acquired and that institutions that characterise the population of nation. (http://language.ezinemark.com/culture-definitions-and-types-17b25a011fd.html)
1.3 ORGANIOSATION CULTURE
Organisation culture can be define as a perspective to understand the behaviour of individuals and groups within organisation has their limitation. This culture can be sensed but not seen by person in on organisation consists of attitudes, emotions perceptions, behaviour and effectiveness of person in organisation. (Organizational Behaviour and Management, 2011). Organisation culture can divide by two categories which is dominant and subcultures is the types one and another is strong corporate culture and weak corporate culture for the second type.
REVIEW OF RELATED LITRERATURE
This literature review was shown the theory of leadership which can use in one organisation and as a guide line to success in organisation. Then, Kurl Lewin Theory was modified and suitable with the cultured in one organisation become that culture strong and can understand of all employees in that organisation. 2.1 LEADERSHIP THEORY
8 Major Leadership theories is showed the difference ways leaders lead their organisation or team. (http://psychology.about.com/od/leadership/p/leadtheories.htm) For the example, the leader used a skill, technique, knowledge and experience for make their organisation run smoothly. This all 8 Major Leadership Theory also can to be a guide line to all leader improve their skill in the organisation. First is "Great Man" theories is more focus to a man in military leadership. All the people was perception, a leader like a heroes and have their own power to manage this organisation. So, all the leader was relate with this theories was known as good leader. Second, Trait Theories can be conclude as a heritage leadership. The person will follow all the leader done and want to become a leadership. For the example a children want to be a teacher like their father. Third, Contingency Theories showed a leader will change their style to lead an organisation follow the environment of situation. Never have a leader can do the same method for the all situation. This theories more focus for variable of ways leader lead the organisation and quality of follower of leader in all situation happened. Forth, Situational Theories the leader must decide for choose the best situation follow the environment which happen at the around them. For the example authority style most suitable for leader have a lot of knowledge which is brilliant leader and have a lot of experience. Because it is the advantages to leader...
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