The beginning of my argumentation starts with the explanation of the management of organizational cultures and how this influences the organizations behaviour. According to Guest, Storey & Watsons (2002, as cited in Ogbonna & Wilkinson 2003) organizational culture is a key concept in the human resource management.
It is important to understand how the different cultures are effected and they change the behaviour inside an organization. Every person shares a different culture and belief and everyone represent another point of view inside an organization. The fact is, that every person in an organisation brings along a value for the organization with their attitudes and point of views of their cultures. With it they
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