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    ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE – HOFSTEDE MODEL AND SCHEIN MODEL This essay/assignment is a solution paper on Organizational Culture. It reviews the Hofstede Model and Schein Model as well as tries to understand the the dynamics which influences the occupational cultures. This is a sample paper. The definition of culture remains quite ambiguous with researchers assessing it utilising different methodologies. The common understanding of culture is a way of doing things‚ or the norm by which a society organizes

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    Introduction 4 Chapter 1 Importance of Organizational Culture 5 Chapter 1.1 The Components of Culture 5 Chapter 1.2 Strong and Weak Organizational Cultures 7 Chapter 2 Managing of Organizational Culture 8 Chapter 2.1 Skills needed for Managing Organizational Culture and Culture Change 9 Chapter 3 Organizational Culture Change 10 Chapter 3.1 External Forces 10 Chapter 3.2 Internal Forces 10 Chapter 3.3 Resistant to Change 11 Chapter 4 Consequences on Organizational Performance 14 Chapter 4.1 Company

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    Organizational Culture Essay Organizational culture is a complex concept including many different meanings. In this essay‚ the definition of organizational culture is described as "a set of shared values and norms that controls organization members "interaction with each other‚ and with suppliers‚customers and others outside the organization‚ given by Gareth Jones. According to Morgan ’s theory‚ metaphor is a method to explain a phenomenon or create meaning by using one element of experience to

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    Strong/weak cultures Strong culture is said to exist where staff respond to stimulus because of their alignment to organizational values. In such environments‚ strong cultures help firms operate like well-oiled machines‚ engaging in outstanding execution with only minor adjustments to existing procedures as needed. Conversely‚ there is weak culture where there is little alignment with organizational values‚ and control must be exercised through extensive procedures and bureaucracy. Research shows

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    ------------------------------------------------- Organizational culture Organizational culture is the behavior of humans who are part of an organization and the meanings that the people attach to their actions. Culture includes the organization values‚ visions‚ norms‚ working language‚ systems‚ symbols‚ beliefs and habits. It is also the pattern of such collective behaviors and assumptions that are taught to new organizational members as a way of perceiving‚ and even thinking and feeling. Organizational culture affects the way

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    Organizational culture is the collective behavior of humans who are part of an organization and the meanings that the people attach to their actions. Culture includes the organization values‚ visions‚ norms‚ working language‚ systems‚ beliefs & habits. It is also the pattern of such collective behaviors and assumptions that are thought to new organizational members as a way of perceiving‚ & even thinking and feeling. Organizational culture affects the way people & groups interact with each other

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  • Organizational Culture

    INTRODUCTION Culture is the way of life. Societal culture consists of the assumptions‚ beliefs and values acquired and held by the majority of people in a geographical area (Sinha 1991). The word culture derivative of Latin Word ‘Culture’ Steaming “COLERE” means to cultivate. Culture first appeared in the Oxford English dictionary around 1430 it meant “Cultivation” or “tending the soil” based on the Latin culture. In 19th century ‘Culture’ was associated with the phrase “high culture” meaning the

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    acknowledge that organizational culture plays an increasingly essential role in a successful company. However‚ in the meanwhile whether organizational culture should be changed constitutes a controversial issue. Many managers assert that organizational culture must be changed while few others argue that organizational culture needs not to be changed. As far as I am concerned‚ I am in favor of the former view. In this essay‚ firstly‚ I will talk about what is organizational culture and what do organizational

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  • The Effectiveness of Organizational Culture

    The Effectiveness of Organizational Culture Abstract Discuss the effectiveness of organizational behavior in organization. Data was collected from secondary data management book‚ magazines and management journal research by researchers regarding organization behavior. 1.0 Introduction Organizational culture is complex and complicated it has a significant influence on the performance of an organization. Organization culture also has significantly affected the process and operation of

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  • Organizational Culture of Aep

    Organizational Culture Kelli Beuzard MGMT 312 H1FF-F12 Professor Jason Norton November 27‚ 2012 American Electric Power (AEP)‚ founded in 1906 as the American Gas & Electric Company (Business Insights: Essentials‚ 2012). The organization was created when the structure of the electric utility industry in the United States was changing from small‚ individually owned generator plants to consolidated single systems that served a large area (Business Insights: Essentials‚ 2012). Today AEP

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