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Copy of MGMT 319 -Organizational Culture

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Organizational Culture
What is Organizational Culture?
Observable Artifact
Basic Underlying Assumptions
Espoused Values
“Fred” Flintstones
"This category includes everything from
the physical layout, the dress code, the manner in which
people address each other, the smell and feel of the place,
its emotional intensity, and other phenomena, to the more
permanent archival manifestations such as company re-
cords, products, statements of philosophy, and annual
-Edgar Schein
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, symbols, beliefs and habits
BAUs are second level of the culture component.
Values that gain long-term acceptance taken-for-granted.
Exist at a largely unconscious level.
“We neither confront nor debate [them] and hence are difficult to change.”
Determinants of an organization’s attitudes, thought processes, and actions.
Provide a tacit sense of security
What employees see:
Symbols: Uniforms
Physical Structure: Building
Language: Key phrases
Stories: Myths (home Depot)
Rituals: Weekly/Daily Things
Ceremonies: Formal events
Ahmed Chaudhary
Ameni Kabboudi
Yvette Pate
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Components of Organizational Culture
Observable Artifacts
Basic Underlying Assumptions
Espoused Values
Espoused Values are the beliefs, philosophies, and the norms that a company explicitly states. Espoused Values can range from published documents, such as company's vision or mission statement to verbal statements made to employees by the executives.
Busy at Work
Having fun
Boss Office
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