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Corporate Culture

  1. 1. CORPORATE CULTURE Muhammed ÖZDEMİR - 200931004 ! Ömer AYDIN - 200937001 ! Doğukan AYDIN - 201135005
  2. 2. Topics I What is Corporation?! What is Culture ?! What is Corporation Culture ?! Layers of Corporate Culture.
  3. 3. Topics II Elements That Influence Corporate Culture! The Cultural Paradigm! Succesful& Unsuccesful Corporations! Corporation Quality
  4. 4. Topics III Organizational Change! Forces for Organization Change! Resistance to Change! Models of Organizational Change! 8 Ways To To Keep Corporate Culture Alive
  5. 5. What is Corporation ? A legal entity that is separate and distinct from its owners.
  6. 6. The Word “Corporation” The word "corporation" derives from corpus, the Latin word for body, or a "body of people."
  7. 7. The Oldest Companies 1.James Olan Hutcheson (2007-04-16). "The End of a 1,400-Year-Old Business". Business Week. Retrieved 2012-08-23 ! 2.”The world's oldest companies: The business of survival". The Economist. 2004-12-16. Retrieved 2012-08-24. ! 3.”Six Italian Companies Among The Ten Oldest Family-Run Businesses In The World". 2009-01-22. Retrieved 2012-08-24. ! 4.Poutziouris, Panikkos; Smyrnios, Kosmas; Klein, Sabine (2006). Handbook of Research on Family Business. Edward Elgar Publishing. p. 524. ISBN 978-1-8454-2410-7. LCCN 2005037395. OCLC 62755551. Retrieved 2012-08-24. ! 1. ”Oldest Hotel". Guinness World Records. Retrieved 29 October 2011. ! 2. Allen, Jason (2013-05-27). "The Very Strange Story of Japan's Thousand-Year-Old Hotels". Thrillist. Retrieved 2013-12-03.
  8. 8. Oldest Corporation List
  9. 9. The Oldest Turkish Company 1.
  10. 10. The Oldest Turkish Companies That Still Exist 1.
  11. 11. What is Culture ? Culture is the characteristics of a particular group of people, defined by everything from language, religion, cuisine, social habits, music and arts.
  12. 12. Corporate Culture - I Corporate culture is a set of characteristics that define a business. ! It involves employee attitudes, standards (policies and procedures), and rites and rituals.
  13. 13. Corporate Culture II The culture of a company is connected to the characteristics found in the surrounding society, but it also has some traits, such as a hierarchy system, that are unique. ! It can be negative, neutral, or positive, and although some businesses like to portray corporate culture as static, in most cases, it changes over time.
  14. 14. A Short Brief for a Corporation Culture Hierarchy
  15. 15. İdeal Employee
  16. 16. PART II
  17. 17. Elements That Influence Corporate Culture
  18. 18. The Paradigm What organization is about;what it does ;its mission; its values ,leadership , behavior , priorities…
  19. 19. Control System Processes in place to monitor what is going on.Role cultures have vast rulebooks.More reliance on individualism in a power culture.
  20. 20. Organizational structures: Reporting lines ,hierarchies, and the way that work flows through the business.
  21. 21. Power Structures Who makes the decisions ,how widely spread is power ,and on what is power based?
  22. 22. Symbol Organizational logos and designs ,symbols of power such as parking spaces and executive washrooms.
  23. 23. Rituals and Routines: Management meetings ,reports, briefing, celebrations.
  24. 24. Stories and Myths Build up about people and events .Convey massage of what is valued within organization.
  25. 25. Successful Corporations Successful corporations have strong cultures.
  26. 26. Unsuccessful Corporations When the companies don't have cultures and constitution, they can not improve so with time easy to see their mistakes
  27. 27. Corporation Quality Employee quality : directly affects corporate culture! Product quality : corporate culture directly affects product culture ! Team quality : It affects the system ! Service quality : service quality shows the corporation quality
  28. 28. PART III
  29. 29. Managing Organizational Change Organization culture can facilitate or inhibit change in an organization.! A firm attempts to change organizational culture because the current culture hinders the attainment of corporate goals.! Environmental and internal forces can stimulate the need for organization change.
  30. 30. Forces for Change: Environmental Forces Put pressure on how a firm conducts its business and its relationships with customers, suppliers, and employees.! Environmental forces include:! -Technology -Market forces -Political and regulatory forces -Social trends
  31. 31. Forces for Change: Internal Forces Come from decisions made within the company.! May originate with top executives and managers and travel in a top-down direction.! May originate with front-line employees or labor unions and travel in a bottom-up direction.
  32. 32. Resistance To Change Self-Interest Lack of Trust and Understanding UncertaintyDifferent Perspectives and Goals Cultures that Value Tradition
  33. 33. Models of Organizational Change Lewin’s three-step model! Force-field analysis model
  34. 34. Lewin’s Three-Step Model of Organizational Change Unfreezing RefreezingChange
  35. 35. Force-field Model of Change Restraining forces Driving forces Status quo Desired state Time
  36. 36. Implementing Organizational Change Top-down Change Change Agents Bottom-up Change
  37. 37. Change agents should take the following steps to obtain a successful change outcome: 1. Establish a sense of urgency. 2. Form a powerful coalition of supporters of change. 3. Create a vision of change. 4. Communicate the vision of change. 5. Empower others to act on the vision. 6. Plan and create short- term wins. 7. Consolidate improvements and produce still more change. 8. Institutionalize new approaches.
  38. 38. Tactics for Introducing Change Communication and Education Employee Involvement Negotiation Coercion Top-Management Support
  39. 39. !42 8 Ways to Keep Corporate Culture Alive
  40. 40. !43 1. Enforce the penalty
  41. 41. !44 2. Remember where you came from
  42. 42. !45 3. Hire with heart
  43. 43. !46 4. Culture must be universal
  44. 44. !47 5. Build and Maintain
  45. 45. !48 6. Don't Compromise
  46. 46. !49 7. Don't Poison the Well
  47. 47. !50 8. Lead by Example
  48. 48. Bibliography Wikipedia!!!!! Slide Share! Wordpress!!!
  49. 49. Thanks Muhammed ÖZDEMİR Ömer AYDIN Doğukan AYDIN