Transcript: Unhealthy Culture design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi Refers to: "The way we see and do things around here" Definition CORPORATE CULTURE Vision: ... provide it with purpose. Values: ... offer a set of guidelines on the behaviors Practices: ... people are our greatest asset! People: ... people who either share its core values and ability to embrace those values. Narrative: Coca Cola & Apple history. Place: ... place shapes culture. Healthy Culture Shared values Attitudes Standards and; Beliefs Components that makes a Good Culture
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Transcript: in this lesson we will discuss... -What is culture about -Who is -Corporate culture -Values Culture established 1933 by Erling Foss 2015 owned by his son Toke Foss 550+ medarbejdere Is 'power' a positive or negative word? Power distance: Large, small or in between? Do titles matter? Must we follow the ' chain of command' or is informal interaction acceptable? Is it something we want and take voluntarily or something we try to avoid? How is is distributed? Does it motivate? What do we risk? What is the consequence of things going wrong - such as losing a job? Is there a public sector taking care of you? Do you have to pay for everything yourself? Is is ok to question the judgment of authorities/superiors? Do they matter? Are they needed to make a career? Private/professional lives - mixed or kept apart? Objective/subjective parameters for selecting candidates? Culture is the way of life of a group people who share similar beliefs and customs. A particular culture can be understood by looking at language, religion, daily life, history, art, government, and the economy. DEIF headquarter in Skive, Denmark
Transcript: CONCLUSION Group : 2 SOLUTION BASED ON OUR GROUP THEORY RELATED TO CORPORATE CULTURE Jakarta International School was established in 1951, as a school for the children of United Nations staff posted in Jakarta, the capital of the then newly independent Indonesia. Due to an increased international presence in Jakarta, the school moved into newer facilities at its Pattimura campus in 1953. In 1969, the school became the "Joint Embassy School" under the sponsorship of the Australian, British, Yugoslavian, and United States Embassies. Architectural and engineering practice International Design Consultants (IDC) was commissioned to build additional facilities for the school. The new campus was built in Cilandak, a residential area in South Jakarta. The Cilandak campus was completed in 1977 and serves as the middle school and high school. The school adopted the name "Jakarta International School" in 1978. JIS is the largest international primary and secondary school in Indonesia, enrolling 2,469 students from 61 nationalities during the 2007-2008 school year. The five most commonly represented nationalities were the United States, Republic of Korea, Indonesia, India, and Australia. In April 2014 it was reported that a five-year-old student had been repeatedly raped by the school's cleaning staff when he visited the school toilet INTRODUCTION Corporate Culture Thank You Jakarta International School Case PROBLEM STATEMENT
Transcript: Employee retention Reputation Productivity Quality Motivation Creative/ independent problem solving How does positive corporate culture spread? A healthy corporate culture values each employee in the organization regardless of his job duties, which results in employees working as a team to meet the company’s and their own personal needs Healthy corporate culture improves the performance of a business in a number of areas. https://corporate.target.com/careers/culture Corporate Culture Role modeling: leading by example Reinforcement: organizational incentives and policies that emphasize cultural values Empowerment: give real ways to help build the new culture Target Corporate Culture A blend of the values, beliefs, taboos, symbols, rituals and myths all companies develop over time Healthy corporate culture also frees executive leadership to focus on business development and strategy, instead of micromanaging and troubleshooting problems generated by broken procedures By Amy Lamanna, Diana Shea & Emily Wrona Importance Corporate Culture Benefits of a healthy corporate culture
Transcript: Corporate Culture: Work hard, play hard. Work hard, play hard Emphasizes teamwork Maintain a high level of energy Low risk Stress is caused by the quantity of work High-speed action = high-speed reaction Instant and rapid feedback By: Rachel Bertone, Rick Henriques, Shannon Harkness and Vittoria Milione Real life: Work hard, play hard Adopt an "Us/We" attitude Team Player High levels of energy Positivity Competitive nature - it is what maintains/increases morale How to succeed Cofounders met in 1995 Founded in 1998 Moved into an office in 1999 Largest search engine in 2000 Files for IPO in 2003 ($85) Has since acquired 182 companies, including: Stories YouTube, Android and Songza PROS Employees invented: Google News, Gmail, and even AdSense. https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/thumb/7/7f/RBC_Royal_Bank.svg/788px-RBC_Royal_Bank.svg.png https://79f7a05e1bf55ecda2cf-90bf115d91d2675e58839f40166e83c0.ssl.cf2.rackcdn.com/2014.06.25.15.17.32.14_google-logo.jpg http://www.google.ca/about/company/history/ http://www.army-technology.com/uploads/feature/feature1834/3-google-co-founders.jpg http://www.google.ca/about/company/facts/culture/ https://www.google.ca/about/careers/lifeatgoogle/benefits/ http://www.comindwork.com/images/weekly/culture-types-deal-kennedy.png http://www.entrepreneurial-insights.com/google-way-motivating-employees/ References Real life: Work hard, play hard Co-founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin. Heroes Cons Financial support Tuition bursaries and legal aid Parenting incentives On-site amenities: Carwash, oil change, bike repair, gym, trainers, massage therapy, hair stylist, doctor and free lunch and dinner Cultural Network High expectations can be stressful Personal life may suffer from workload Pressure of always being the best TGIF Meetings Direct communication with CEO and executives Face-to-face communication, emails and Google+ communication Employee regularly surveyed Rituals History “To create the happiest, most productive workplace in the world.” Rewarding and motivating employees to stay at work via: Customer service Employee engagement and motivation Creativity and fun Efficiency and achievement Transperency Being a multinational company Risk is low Constant feedback is being given Rapid feedback is an excellent source of distinguishing right from wrongs, and strengths from weaknesses. With positive and negative feedback, things can be kept on track until future, more accurate results come into place Thank you! Values
Transcript: corporate culture Umbrella Strategy Sony operates under where the top management gave the general direction in which the lower engineers actively learned, developed and improved on the vision/idea. "corporate culture" Sony's The beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company's employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions
Transcript: What Is It?? Basically, organizational culture/corporate culture is the workplace environment formulated from the interaction of the employees in the workplace corporate culture is defined by all of the life experiences strenghts , weakness , education, upbringing and so forth of the employees. Characteristics Connections count heavily in this market. Trade shows and official trade promotion missions are good ways to make initial contact. The alternative is to arrange for a formal introduction to potential customers, or partners. Other useful intermediaries are chambers of commerce, trade associations and international banks, law and accounting firms. But don't overlook that golf buddy or neighbor of yours whose company has a big office in Paris! Your letter requesting a meeting should be in flawless business French. FRANCE USA Power Culture Role Culture Task Culture Person Culture Corporate Culture Americans are as obsessed with time as many other cultures are with relationship-building.If U.S. business people have an appointment in someone's office at 9:00 they expect their counterpart to see them right on the dot. They regard a person who keeps them waiting for longer than ten minutes as either hopelessly undisciplined, rude or both. Similarly, once the meeting starts Americans expect discussions to proceed to conclusion without interruption.
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