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Porsche

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Transcript of Porsche

Levels of culture

Organisational Culture
CONTENT
Background of Porsche
Introduction
Organisation culture
culture of Porsche
Organisation structure
structure of Porsche
Conclusion


Culture of Porsche
Four features of formal structure
Organisational Structure
Structure of Porsche
DENIZ
TED
JIMMY

Artefacts

Espoused

Basic
Handys four classes of culture
Harrison Handy
Power culture

Role culture

Task culture

Person culture
Trust in staff

Maximum independence

Competence and responsibility

Originality in the implementation of projects

Greatest possible integration of staff into company processes

Emotional unity of the staff
Tasks


subdivisions


Levels


Lines of authority
Conclusion
Bibliography
Thank you!
-Ferdinand Porsche
(1875-1951)
Volkswagen acquisition of Porsche
Divisional structure
Advantages
Specialisation

Centralisation

Formalisation


Types of structure
1931 Stuttgart, Germany
There is no substitute.
911 launched in 1963
Volkswagen purchased Porsche
"I couldn't find the sports car of my dreams, so i built it my self"
Schein's culture triangle
Culture
Employees interact at their workplace
Promoting healthy competition
Creating the brand image
All on a common platform
Unit the employees
Healthy relationship
Extract the best
Tradition and innovation
Performance and social responsibility
Conclusion
Structure
Economic and efficient performance
Monitoring
Accountability
Co-ordination
Flexibility
Drucker
Good structure
Poor structure
Improve structure
Improve performance

Conclusion
Factors influence organisation culture
Individual working
The sex of the employee
The nature of the business
Goals and objectives of the company
The clients and the xternal parties
style of handling the employees
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