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organizational culture

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(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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The health system capacity to improve service delivery depends not only on having a health workforce equipped with the necessary skills and equipment, but also having an organisational culture that is able to use rewards and incentives to promote the right service delivery values,' Dr Richard Ayah, the University of Nairobi public health lecturer who authored the paper, said.
5% of respondents said poor organisational culture played the biggest role in dissatisfaction.
Organisational culture is something like the personality of a company.
Figure 2 depicts the direct relationships between independent variables, which consist of adhocracy culture and market orientation that are constructed as organisational culture.
MANAMA: A seminar to explain how organisational culture, commonly defined as "the way we do things around here", develops with or without conscious effort to become the DNA of every organisation, was organised by the Bahrain Association of Banks in partnership with 21st Century Consulting (21CC).
Of course organisational culture and leadership matter.
Using qualitative research, this article is focussed on the relationship between CSR and organisational culture and subcultures in a cement firm located in Sydney, Australia.
The relationship between organisational culture and financial performance: some South African evidence.
Building organisational culture that stimulates creativity and innovation.
Dynamics of performance measurement and organisational culture.
Key Words: Learning organisation theory, Learning public organisations, Organisational culture, Bureaucratic culture, Competitive culture, Participative culture, Learning culture
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