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  • 1. Organizational Culture
  • 2. Agenda• Concept of Organizational culture• 2• 3• 4• Competing values Framework and Organizational culture • Introduction- Major culture types • CONTROL (HIERARCHY) Culture • COMPETE (MARKET) Culture • COLLABORATE (CLAN) Culture • CREATE (ADHOCRACY) Culture• Harley Davidson vs. Honda divergence of culture in the organizations • Harley Davidson Culture • Honda Culture • Comparison• Conclusion• Bibilography Organizational culture 2
  • 3. This is for sure not good Organizational culture Organizational culture 3
  • 4. Competing values Framework and Organizational culture • Developed by professors Cameron & Quinn • Two major polarities of values that determine organization’s effectiveness 1. Internal versus external focus 2. Stability versus flexibility • Key dimensions of culture 1. Dominant characteristics 2. Organizational leadership 3. Management of employees 4. Organization glue 5. Strategic emphases 6. Criteria of successReference : Organizational culture 4
  • 5. Introduction to major Culture TypesReference : Organizational culture 5
  • 6. Hierarchy(Control) culture • Internal focus & stability • Formal attitude, structure, procedures • Leader type: coordinator, organizer • Efficiency, reliability, timeliness, consistency • Theory = Efficiency, timeliness and consistency produce effectivenessReference : Organizational culture 6
  • 7. Market(Compete) culture • External focus & stability • Result orientated, competitive • Leader type: hard-driver, demanding • Market share, goal achievement, profitability • Theory = Goal achievement, market share, numbers produce effectivenessReference : Organizational culture 7
  • 8. Clan(Collaborate) culture • Internal focus & flexibility • ‘Family’: friendly • Leader type: father, mentor • Communication, commitment, development • Theory = High commitment and solidarity produce effectivenessReference : Organizational culture 8
  • 9. Adhocracy(Create) culture • External focus & flexibility • Dynamic, entrepreneurial, creative • Leader type: innovator, entrepreneur • Innovation, agility, transformation • Theory = Innovativeness, growth and creativity produce effectivenessReference : Organizational culture 9
  • 10. Harley Davidson vs. Honda divergence of culture in the organizations Harley Davidson Honda Established : Milwaukee, US in 1903 Established : Tokyo, Japan in 1948Reference : Organizational culture 10
  • 11. “Harley Davidson” Culture • Every detail is of the motorcycle construction is prioritized to innovation • Harley and Davidson influenced the culture of their company. hey brought to the competitive spirit of the company by taking part in motorcycle racing • organizational culture was being shaped by their passion and devotion to the bikes. • They set up the habit of hard work, embedded into the organizational culture of the companyReference : Organizational culture 11
  • 12. “Honda” Culture • Honda as organization is goal oriented, and doesn’t take the “impossible” for granted. • It is in the culture of the company is to achieve everything by themselves-a philosophy of a proud organization. “There are some technologies that we didnt have...But when you buy technology it remains frozen, a foreign thing that is not part of yourself, and in the end you dont know where to go with it”. • Honda as organization practices personal contact within the organization. • Agressive and Competitive nature of Mr.Honda can be easily seen i nthe organizationReference : Organizational culture 12
  • 13. Lets do a small Exercise ! 1. It’s a Exercise about assessing the HFU culture from the student point of view 2. Now Please Choose A/B/C/D from each of the 6 cultural dimensions from the handout. 3. We will plot a simple chart which compares the managements expectation from the HFU’s culture and the opinion from the students .Reference : Organizational culture 13