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How Employees Learn Culture

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Transcript of How Employees Learn Culture

Organization Culture Value & Ethics

Keeping Culture Alive!

Core values are intensely held, clearly ordered, and widely shared

Subculture is a reflection of common problems, situations, or experiences that members face.
It can form Vertically or horizontally.
Subculture tends to be defined by the departmental designation or geographical separation.
If organization doesn’t have a dominant culture and were comprised only of numerous subcultures, the influence of culture on organization effectiveness would be far more ambiguous.

Subcultures

Organization culture is the system of shared meaning.
It’s a common perception held by the organizations members
Individuals with different background or at different levels in the organization will tend to describe the organizations culture in similar terms.
Most organizations have Dominant culture and numerous set of subcultures.

Do Organizations have Uniform Culture?

Levels of Corporate Culture

Culture increases behavioral consistency.
Formalization creates predictability, orderliness, and consistency.
A strong culture does the same without any written documentation.
Culture can be more effective than written documents because it control mind and soul as well as body.
So formalization and culture are two roads to one destination.

Culture: A Substitute for formalization?

The stronger an organizational culture, the more important it is that the culture fits properly with the other variables

Culture And Organizational Effectiveness

Dominant Culture Expresses the core values of the organization

Values, norms, guiding beliefs, and understandings that are shared by members of an organization
Taught to new members as the correct way to think, feel, and behave

The Philosophy that guides an organization’s policy towards employees and customers

What is Culture?

The founders biases and assumptions and what the original members whom the founder initially employ learn subsequently from their own experiences

Vision and Mission

Founding Father & Mother!

How a culture begins??

Creating, Sustaining, And Transmitting Culture

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