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Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
Cultivating Org Culture
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  • 1. Cultivating Org Culture<br />By: Anubha<br />Trainer – Soft skills and Quality<br />
  • 2. What is Org Culture<br />Reflects the values, beliefs and attitude of its members.<br />Culture is a collection of unspoken rules and traditions that operates 24x7.<br />Continuous communication of rituals and ceremonies and the language commonly used.<br />
  • 3. Layers of org culture<br />Shared Assumption and philosophy represent basic beliefs about reality, human nature and the way things should be done.<br />Culture Value represents collective belief, assumptions and feelings about what things are good, normal, rational and valuable<br />Shared behavior includes norms which are more visible and somewhat easier to change than value.<br />Culture symbols are words (jargon, slang) gesture, picture, that carry particular meaning within that culture.<br />
  • 4. Forming a Culture<br /><ul><li>External adaption – refer to how or will find a niche
  • 5. Mission and Strategy
  • 6. Goals (Setting specific target to achieve)
  • 7. Means (Determining how to pursue the goals)
  • 8. Measurement (Establishing criteria)
  • 9. Internal integration – establishment and maintenance of effective working relationships among the member of org.
  • 10. Language and concept (method of communication)
  • 11. Group and team
  • 12. Power and status (Determining rules)
  • 13. Rewards and Punishment (Developing system for encouraging behavior)</li></li></ul><li>How culture emerges<br />Top team – Develop vision<br />Behavior –Shared values<br />Results-Financial Performance <br />& market share<br />Culture-Tradition & practices<br />
  • 14. Types of Cultures<br /><ul><li>CLAN CULTURE
  • 15. ENTREPRENEURIAL CULTURE
  • 16. BUREAUCRATIC CULTURE
  • 17. MARKET CULTURE</li></li></ul><li>Clan Culture <br />Tradition, loyalty, personal commitment, extensive, socialization, team work, self management and social influence are attributes of a clan culture.<br />Member share feelings of pride in membership.<br />Generates feeling of personal ownership of a business, product or idea.<br />Success is assumed to depend substantially on sensitivity to customer and concern for people<br />
  • 18. Bureaucratic Culture<br /><ul><li>An org that practices formality, rules, SOP, hierarchical coordination
  • 19. Members highly value standardized goods and customer service.
  • 20. Task, responsibility are clearly defined.
  • 21. Org rules and process are spelled in manuals
  • 22. Behavior norms supports formality over informality. </li></li></ul><li>Entrepreneurial Culture<br /><ul><li>High level of risk taking and creativity characterize the said culture.
  • 23. There is a commitment to experimentation , innovation and being on the leading edge.
  • 24. Initiative, flexibility, and freedom foster growth are encouraged and well rewarded.</li></li></ul><li>Market Culture<br /><ul><li>The achievement of measurable and demanding goals, especially those that are financial and market based characterize market culture.
  • 25. Individual and org relationship is contratual.
  • 26. Dosn’t exert much social pressure on org members</li></li></ul><li>http://anubhamaurya.blogspot.com/<br />Thank You<br />

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