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 />
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 />
Forming a Culture<br /><ul><li>External adaption – refer to how or will find a niche
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 />
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.
There is a commitment to experimentation , innovation and being on the leading edge.
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.
Individual and org relationship is contratual.
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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