The Seven Characteristics Of Organizational Culture

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Organizational culture (combine with Geert Hofstede that is in BC 1 semester)
Seven characteristics of organizational culture
Generally speaking, organizational culture refers to the material civilization and spiritual civilization of enterprise that be created during in construction and development of the enterprise. The narrowed meaning is a system of shared assumptions, values and beliefs that govern how people behave in organizations. Every organizational culture provides guidelines and boundaries for the behavior of the members of the enterprise. Organizational culture is all employees can commonly accept values, standard of conduct, a sense of community, a mode of thought, style of work, expectation and group consciousness. There are seven characteristics of organizational culture. Innovation (Risk Orientation)- we have to face many current market environments full of challenges, so we cannot keep to the conventional thought. Companies should put a high value on innovation encourage their employees to take risks and innovate in the performance of their jobs. Attention to detail (Precision Orientation)- Every employee needs to have a rigorous attitudes, any minor mistake can cause irreparable fault. So this kind of kind that places a high value on attention to detail expects their employees to carry their work with precision. Emphasis on Outcome (Achievement Orientation)- Company will pay more attention to getting the more outcomes that mean to emphasize the

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