Organizational Culture In Organizational Performance

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Organizational culture is described by Robbins & Coulter [1] as the shared values, beliefs, or perceptions held by employees within an organization or organizational unit. Because organizational culture reflects the values, beliefs and behavioral norms that are used by employees in an organization to give meaning to the situations that they encounter, it can influence the attitudes and behavior of the staff [2]. Understanding the organization’s core values can prevent possible internal conflict [3]. In other management fields, empirical research of organizational culture has involved the functionalist perspective, providing impressive evidence of the role of organizational culture in improving performance [4].The pervasiveness of
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Organizational values can resonate with employees’ higher ideals and rally them around a set of meaningful goals. They also focus employees’ attention on organizational priorities, which then guide their behavior and decision-making. One method for strengthening culture is to choose new employees based on culture fit. New employees can then be socialized into the culture by being taught its values and expected behaviors. Early employee-employer interactions are vital; they can determine the employee's desire to “buy in” to the company's philosophy and establish long-lasting patterns of…show more content…
So, leaders within the organization itself must play important role in changing the organizational culture by time to time. This is because, every employee who works in the organization will be trained in accordance with the organization's culture .Some employees can easily adapt to the culture of their organization but there are employees who work hard to adapt to the culture of an organization. One of the factors that make it difficult to adapt to the culture of the organization is due to too long work with an organization before. When accustomed to the culture in an organization, we will get carried away in the same culture as we enter the new
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