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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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The organizational culture is represented by a common system understood by the members of the organization that differentiates the organization from other organizations, and the main features that help to substantiate the organizational culture are: attention to detail, orientation to people, teams and results, innovation and risk taking, aggression and stability (Stephen P.
The proper recognition of the organizational culture affects the organization's fate (Rhodes & McGuire, 2013), If leaders and managers of the organization prepare themselves their plans on short, medium and long term, in close connection to the local institutional culture are also ready to confront the change and new directions of development; giving to them a supplementary chance, they can be closer to the probability of a higher success and a more sustainable position on the market.
Always at War: Organizational Culture in Strategic Air Command, 1946-62
Universities are complex social organizations with a distinctive type of organizational culture shaped by the continuous interactions between academics, administrators, staff, students, and government (McNay, 1995; Jameson, 2011).
15 (BNA): The Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Ministry (MoW)'s Organizational Culture and Activities Committee, has hosted the national campaign 'Protect your Heart' in its fifth edition.
A study on the changing and evolving nature of the university libraries' organizational culture and its attendant effect on employees' turnover intentions is crucial, hence, a lot of significant restructuring of the libraries have taken place particularly in the introduction of information and communication technology (ICT).
Organizational culture, on the other hand, is a system of common meanings and symbols, shared in the organizational context (Alvesson, 2013).
In understanding the related knowledge on the subject of this study, a concise literature review pertaining to job satisfaction and independent variables such as employee development, employee rewards and employee work-life balance along with organizational culture as a moderating factor will be outlined.
Over the past few decades, intensive research work has been done on organizational culture, peer relationship and organizational commitment.
Designing an Organizational Culture Model in the Projects Environment: a Constructivist Approach
Developing a sociological perspective on the size and organizational culture variables requires, first of all, to define the concept of organizational culture and then making it operational which means breaking it down into: dimensions, variables and indicators.
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