Impact Of Organizational Culture On Organizational Performance

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Topic: Impact of organizational culture on Organizational performance

Introduction

In today’s world of globalization most of the organizations try to expand their operations in order to capture the external markets. Building a successful team of individuals can lead to success of any organization. Organizational culture is the personality of any organization. Culture is comprised of assumption, custom, rituals, traditions, values and norms of organizational members and their behavior. It’s really an important issue to address when people of different backgrounds have to work at common platform. Cultural issues play key role when managers attempt to implement wide range organization changes. Strategic managers are coming to realize
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2- Analyze the impact of Human Resource strategies on organization performance?

3- Investigate whether or not significant relationship exists between organizational performance and demographic characteristics of health related organizations like age, gender, religion and education?

4- Suggest the steps should be taken to manage the wide organization change in health related service sector organizations of United Kingdom?

By addressing the above questions this study is intended to identify all the factors involved in organizational culture which ultimately affect the organizations performance in health related service sector organizations of United Kingdom.

Problem Identification

Many organizations believe that human resource is most important assets as almost every job is specialized now days. In order to discourage the turnover in organizations, businesses need to keep their employees satisfied. Large number of employee’s turnover is not in the favor of any firm as it increases the cost and affects the performance directly. Employee’s satisfaction is essential topic of this research to minimize the employees turn
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How organizations should shift their organization culture to improve organizational performance? Bryan Adkins & Cindy Stewart (1999) addressed this question in quality profitability employee satisfaction model that the highest performing organizations are those who excel in all four (mission, involvement, adaptability and consistency) areas. Such organizations have developed culture that meet the paradoxical demands facing them.

As explained by Denison (1984) the term organizational culture was used to explain the economic success of Japanese firms over American firms by motivating workers who are committed to common stet of core values, beliefs and assumptions. One of the most important reasons that explain the interest in organizational cultures led to an increase in organizational financial performance. Liviu Ilies & Corina Gavrea from Economic department of babes bolyai University, Romania published a paper to examine the organizational culture and performance through an analysis of existing cultural model and empirical studies conducted to examine the corporate culture and organizational performance relationship. The article revealed the study conducted by Peters and waterman (1982) explains successful organizations possess certain cultural traits of excellence. A year before Peters and Waterman research Ouchi (1981) showed
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