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Exercise about observations of company cultures.

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  • 1. Exercise about observations of company cultures
  • 2. Example of a company with a healthy culture Your observations of how people, who work that company, do things
  • 3. Example of a company with an unhealthy culture Your observations of how people, who work that company, do things
  • 4. People work fixed hours in fixed places. People have 1 specialized job. Work is driven by efficiency and discipline. Or People work anytime and anywhere. People do different things / have more jobs. Work is driven by purpose, autonomy and creativity. Example 1. How work is done
  • 5. Large size. Centralization. Standardization. Rules. Or Small size. Decentralization. Individualization. Flexibility. Agility. Adaptive capability. Example 2 How companies are structured and organized
  • 6. Supply focused, curriculum driven education. Classes. Lectures. Fixed times. Fixed place. Exams / control at the end. Or Personalized, demand driven education. Each student decides, for example, what he/she wants to get better at and which media to use. Self driven learners. Learning happens anytime and anywhere. Continuous feedback is given by many different people – including work colleagues. Example 3. How education is done
  • 7. 1-way communication. Supply driven communication. Or 2-way communication. Demand driven communication. Example 4. How marketing is done
  • 8. Managers talk / command / tell people what to do. Managers control. Or Managers listen, learn, help people. Managers encourage and empower. Managers praise people. Managers involve / include people. Example 5. How management is done