Cultural knowledge in organizations: exploring the collective mind
This volume explores organizational culture - the unique ideas, values, norms and rituals of an organization and its participants. Sackmann presents a conceptual framework for its study and describes her ground-breaking research on how a culture is developed within an organization and how it shapes business policy and performance.
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TWO Existing Perspectives on Culture
THREE An Alternative Conception
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accomplished according to functional analysis aspects of culture assumptions axiomatic knowledge behavior beliefs BIND BIND's Chapter company's components of culture concept of culture considered content analysis content areas corporate office cultural context cultural groupings cultural knowl cultural setting culture in organizations customers described developed dictionary knowledge dimensions directory knowledge discuss divisional edge emerged emic and etic employees ethnography example existing findings firm firm's focus form according further goal hierarchic levels important influence innovation integration interpretation interview issues kinds of cultural Kroeber major organizational culture organizational design organizational members organizational processes organizational settings orientation parameters PC division perceived functional domains person perspective phenomenological physical work environment predominantly problem production realization recipe knowledge recipes of success refers regard to dictionary relevant responsibility social specific strategy structure theme tion tional top management group tural ture vice president Warner Burke
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Organisations in Action: Competition Between Contexts
Peter A. Clark
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