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2.6 Organizational and Corporate Culture

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Transcript of 2.6 Organizational and Corporate Culture

Organizational and Corporate Culture
INFLUENCES ON ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE
Nature of the Business
Organization Structure
Rewards
Management Styles
Sanctions
CONSEQUENCES OF CULTURE CLASHES
Culture clash
exists when there is conflict between two or more cultures within an organization.
Unit 2.6
THEORIES OF ORGANIZATIONAL AND CORPORATE CULTURE
Strong link between corporate cultures and organizational structures.
Links between organizational culture and motivation.
IMPACTS OF CULTURE
Advantages to a business that has a strong corporate culture:
Sense of belonging and security for staff.
Mistakes and misunderstandings may be minimized.
Promotes team cohesiveness.
Problems with a culture gap are minimized.
Charles Handy
Different cultures are needed for different business activities.
Edgar Schein
He coined the term "corporate culture".
Kotter and Heskett
Two types of corporate cultures:
Goffee and Jones
The ideal culture exists when there is both high sociability and solidarity.
Geert Hofstede
Found five dimensions of culture:
Deal and Kennedy
Power cultures
Role cultures
Task cultures
Person cultures
Artifacts
Espoused values
Basic assumptions and values
Corporate culture: the way things get done within an organization.
Adaptive cultures
Inert cultures
Double-S Model:
Sociability
Solidarity
Power distance
Individualism vs collectivism
Masculinity vs femininity
Uncertainty avoidance
Long-term vs short-term orientation
The organization's culture will also affect its approach to
ethical business behavior
.
Constraints include:
Costs
Resistance to change
Public opinion
National cultures
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