organizational culture

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organizational culture

n
(Sociology) the customs, rituals, and values shared by the members of an organization that have to be accepted by new members
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In particular, referring to applicants and petitioners for immigration benefits, and the beneficiaries of such applications and petitions, as customers promotes an institutional culture that emphasizes the ultimate satisfaction of applicants and petitioners, rather than the correct adjudication of such applications and petitions according to the law.
The Executive Regulations include 14 chapters in which 135 articles detail how to deal with organisational structure, evaluation and description of jobs, allowances, grades, salaries, transport, assignment, secondments, performance, remuneration, promotions, training, development, official and training tasks, leave types, job violations, grievances, institutional culture, termination of service and signing of contracts.
The activities of WEF are shaped by a unique institutional culture founded on the stakeholder theory, which asserts that an organization is accountable to all parts of society.
Sadly, it does not seem to matter what the innocent do, the use of deadly force seems to be in the institutional culture of the Philippine National Police!
He noted that this increase reflects the confidence in the awards and the position they occupy in institutional culture.
Yet Hudson shows that only the army had the institutional culture, grasp of legal issues, bureaucratic systems, internal discipline, manpower, and seasoned leadership to claim primacy in occupation.
During his visit, Shaikh Mohammad reviewed projects and initiatives being overseen by the centre and was briefed by work teams on the work progress and the centre's role in promoting innovation as an institutional culture.
Details about the implementation of the initiative were previously published in 2011, including the initiative's goal to promote "a change in the institutional culture whereby infection control would become the responsibility of everyone who had contact with patients" (N Engl J Med.
Learn why changing institutional culture is essential for the well-being of patients, practitioners and administrators alike.
Following this the we examine four areas of research: evidence based policy making; challenges in attributing outcomes and controversies in evaluation methods; what informs organizations "disclosure logics;" and finally the relation between institutional culture and the use of information.
Seeking the talents of community members, iconic triumphs and accomplishments, virtues of the institutional culture, and signs of care and commitment reconnects the learning community with the mission that fuels the organization's past, present and future.
Michael Capra, superintendent at Sing Sing Correctional Facility in New York, said that shaping institutional culture involves prisoners and guards alike.
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