+1-415-670-9189
info@expertsmind.com
Corporate culture:what makes an organization
Course:- Other Management
Length: 15
Reference No.:- EM13139




Assignment Help
Expertsmind Rated 4.9 / 5 based on 47215 reviews.
Review Site
Assignment Help >> Other Management

The nature of external opportunities and challenges, and nature of internal structure, size and other elements, determines the assumptions and behaviours needed there is no universal culture. It is vital to change the culture/environment to promote respect, value opinions of employees, managers and employees' training and development, to encourage involvement and innovation.

This project report highlights:

1.      Introduction to the project

2.      Concept of culture to the organization

  • Framework of the Organizational culture
  • Internal and external factors that could influence the Organizational culture
  • Evaluation of current organizational culture

3.      Values of individuals & organizational performance

  • Concept of values to an organization
  • Concept of values to an individual
  • Managers' personal values with team members.

4.      Relationship between values and behaviour

  • Effect of organization values in the organizational behaviour
  • Effect of organization values in the individual behaviour
  • Individual values and team behaviour

5.      Conclusion

6.      References

Rigid and conservative culture lead to centralized and hierarchical structure that limits the capacity to learn and adapt to changing environments.Organizational values like customer orientation, shared vision, mutual cooperation, merit-based rewarding, teamwork, collective learning, experimentation and innovation have enabled organizations to achieve sustainable competitive capability.




Put your comment
 
Minimize


Ask Question & Get Answers from Experts
Browse some more (Other Management) Materials
One of the executives of Ford has been saying that: "Risk management is a costly technique that has limited benefits." Discuss. Demonstrate how utility functions could affect
Ford Motor Company is planning to reverse lagging sales. They are focused on 25-35 year old consumers with annual wages of $40,000. They know that their audience tends not t
A customer waiting in line is potentially a lost customer. Choose a service organisation of your choice, suggest and explain the strategies that operations managers could us
Scheduling and sequencing are typically viewed from a technical perspective; that is, they are focused on minimizing quantitative measures such as lateness or cost.
According to expectancy theory, Elias could improve employee performance by setting more ambitious performance standards that exceed the ability of most employees to attain
What is the role of an ethics committee in a modern healthcare facility? Do some research, and present at least three issues which come before ethics committees.
Suggest three (3) types of behavioural problems that employees can manifest as a result of replacing the organization's legacy payroll system with an outsourced solution. Co
Ergo Products manufactures a variety of ergonomic household toold including a cordless drill. The cordless drill comes with a battery recharger. Currently, the company manuf