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Defining, measuring, and comparing organisational cultures

Peter T. van den Berg

Defining, measuring, and comparing organisational cultures

by Peter T. van den Berg

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Article from Applied psychology : an international review, Vol.53, No.4, 2004 (pp.570-582).

Other titlesApplied psychology : an international review.
StatementPeter T. van den Berg and Celeste P. M. Wilderom.
ContributionsWilderom, Celeste.
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Open LibraryOL16262164M

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  The article proposes a configuration model of organizational culture, which explores dynamic relationships between organizational culture, strategy, structure, and operations of an organization (internal environment) and maps interactions with the external environment (task and legitimization environment).Cited by: In anthropology, high-context culture and low-context culture is a measure of how explicit the messages exchanged in a culture are, and how important the context is in communication. High and low context cultures fall on a continuum that describes how a person communicates with others through their range of communication abilities: utilizing gestures, relations, body language, verbal messages.

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Organizational values can be defined as beliefs about socially or personally desirable end states or actions that are explicitly or implicitly shared by members of an organization (e.g., Schwartz, ).Hence, organizational values function as guides to what is seen as good and important in the organization (VandenBos, ; Williams, ).

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Defining and Assessing Organizational Culture Vol Issue 1, pages 29–37, January-March DOI: /jx The target of much debate, organizational culture has occupied a prominent position in multidisciplinary publications since the early s.

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Culture is socially learned and transmitted by members; it provides the rules for behavior within organizations [].The definition of organizational culture is of the belief that can guide staff in knowing what to do and what not to do, including practices, values, and assumptions about their work [].

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2 Developing organisation culture Introduction An organisation’s culture affects every aspect of how the organisation operates and how work gets done. In the quest for sustainable performance, ensuring their culture is fit for the future is a high priority for many organisations.

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The results of the culture assessment process indicated that this organization desired to change its culture toward the clan and adhocracy cultures and away from the hierarchy and market cultures.

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