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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE By: John Torres
Culture -  is a set of routines, beliefs, values, norms and conduct being practiced by influential person or group of pers...
Basically, those who are holding the seat of power and their cohorts are the determining factors of the kind of culture th...
Today’s organizations can be considered adopting mixed organizational culture  (power culture, role culture, task culture ...
The  culture of injustice ,  culture of corruption ,  culture of padrino-system  and the  culture of mediocrity  negate mo...
This is the core-identity of today’s  Government Organizations
- Thank You- Prepared by Group 1: John Torres, JT Romano, Jingky Sabayle, Janeth Tejerero & Dante Rojas
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Organizational Culture

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Prepared by: John T. Torres
Graduate Student, Catanduanes State Colleges
Master of Public Administration

Published in: Business
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Organizational Culture

  1. 1. ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE By: John Torres
  2. 2. Culture - is a set of routines, beliefs, values, norms and conduct being practiced by influential person or group of persons and imposes them to the “weak and impoverished” elements of the organization or society. Thus, the said “culture” becomes valid, proper and acceptable to them.
  3. 3. Basically, those who are holding the seat of power and their cohorts are the determining factors of the kind of culture that the weak and impoverished many should abide and accept. They set the rules for the protection of their interests and if possible, perpetually maintain status quo.
  4. 4. Today’s organizations can be considered adopting mixed organizational culture (power culture, role culture, task culture and person culture) . But, the most dominant is the Person Culture which magnifies the cultures of injustice, corruption, padrino-system and mediocrity, etc .
  5. 5. The culture of injustice , culture of corruption , culture of padrino-system and the culture of mediocrity negate morality and wisdom. Because they were coercively and deeply injected by these “influential people” in our system, it becomes valid, normal, acceptable and ultimately justifies its existence and institutionalized practice.
  6. 6. This is the core-identity of today’s Government Organizations
  7. 7. - Thank You- Prepared by Group 1: John Torres, JT Romano, Jingky Sabayle, Janeth Tejerero & Dante Rojas

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