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ORGANISATIONAL

CULTURE
Meaning Of Organizational Culture
 Social culture affects
organizations and individuals as
well as. In fact culture is
something which is created and
resides in the mind of people.
 It is a combination of beliefs, morals,
values, systems, behavioral norms and
the ways of doing the business.
Definitions of Organizational
Culture
 “Culture is the set of important understanding
that members of a community share in common”.
 “Culture is a general combination of beliefs,
morals, value systems, behavioral norms, and
ways of doing business that are unique to each
corporation”.
Y v study
OC?
The study of organization culture is
important because of the following reasons

 No organization can operate in isolation to its


cultural environment.
 People in organization come from different
cultural backgrounds. They have different
beliefs, customs, understanding, preferences.
 Attempt should be made to evolve a
management style that will be in harmony
with the cultural background of the specific
economy
Features of organization culture

 Individual Initiative

 It is the degree of management


support
 Itis degree of identity with the
organization.

 It is degree of conflict Tolerance.

 Culture
leads quality of network of
Communication patterns.
 It indicates the quality of Organizational
Structure.

 It reflects quality of direction.


 Organizational culture is the degree
Orientation and training facilities.
 Culture represent quality and importance
of people orientation.
 It indicates the extent of professional
aggressiveness.
 It represents the policies on stability
 Quality of behavioral regularities.

 Richness of the norms.


“Do not too little."
 Organizational culture has got dominant
Values.
 Philosophy of the management.

 It implementations Rules and Regulation.

 Quality Organizational structure.


 Culture
is basis for learned
Reponses.

 Culture is a social phenomenon.


TOP
MANAGEMEN
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ORGANISATIONAL
PHILOSOPHY CULTURE
SELECTION
OF
ORGANISATIONAL
CRITERIA
FOUNDERS

SOCIALISATIO
N
TYPES OF CULTURE

 DOMINANT CULTURE &


SUBCULTURE
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 SUB-CULTURE:
 INSTITUTIONAL SUBCULTURE

 PROFESSIONAL SUBCULTURE

 STRONG AND WEAK CULTURE

 MECHANISTIC AND ORGANIC CULTURE


 AUTHORI-TARIAN AND
PARTICIPATIVE CULTURE

 NATIONAL AND ORGANISATIONAL


CULTURE
How Organizational Cultures Are
Created

 “J.R.D.Tata” is an example “Mc


Donald’s” “Quality, Service and
Cleanliness”. Don’t “Compromise
on quality” and Use the basic
ingredients
How The Organizational Culture
Are Kept Alive
 Selection Practices.

 Actions top Management.

 Socialization Methods.
How Is Culture Learnt By
Employees

 BY NARRATING OF STORIES.
 RITUALS AND CUSTOMES.
 THROUGH SYMBOLS
 BY SPECIFIC LANGUAGES
 “IBM means service”
 “A one performer”
CHANGING
REWARDS
SYSTEM

ADDING NEW
MEMBERS
CHANGE IN
ORGANISATIO
IMPLEMENTING
CULTURE SHOCK
NAL CULTURE

CHANGE
OF THE
C.E.O

TOTAL
INVOLVEMENT
ALL MEMBERS
Thank you.