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Origins of Current Interest Organisational Climate National Culture HRM Explaining Performance Contents of an Organisational Culture. Artifacts Beliefs, Values and Attitudes Basic Assumptions The Sources of Organisational Culture The Societal or National Culture.

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lecture week eight organisational culture
Origins of

Current Interest

Organisational Climate

National Culture

HRM

Explaining Performance

Contents of an

Organisational

Culture

Artifacts

Beliefs, Values and Attitudes

Basic Assumptions

The Sources of

Organisational

Culture

The Societal or National Culture

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organisational culture
The Vision of

Management

The Type of

Company and

Industry

Hofstede’s

Analysis of

National culture

Power distance

Individualism/ Collectivism

Masculinity/ Femininity

Uncertainty Avoidance

Leadership and

Organisational

The Business

Environment

Organisational Culture
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Stakeholders:

Customers

The Government

The Public

The Functions of

Organisational

Culture

Conflict

Reduction

Co-ordination

and Control

Reduction of

Uncertainty

Competitive

Advantage

Typologies of

Organisational

Culture

The Harrison/

Handy Typology

Organisational Culture
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1)Power Culture

(The Web)

2)Role Culture

(Greek Temple)

3)Task Culture

(Lattice)

4)Person Culture

(Cluster)

1) Single source of power, Zeus type culture. Dependent on Trust. Empathy and Personal Communication

Few Rules/Quick

Reaction.

Importance of

People at the

Centre

Organisational Culture
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This culture is

often tough,

abrasive and more

interested in the

ends than the

means used.

2) A Bureaucracy,

the organising

principles are

logic and

rationality

Rules and

Procedures and

Job descriptions

Dominate. The

Civil Service, the

Oil Industry are

often cited as

examples of Role

Culture

Associated with

Apollo (Reason)

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3) Power

somewhat diffuse,

often develops

where specific

jobs or projects in

which teams

develop

Focus on

accomplishing the

job in hand

Flexibility,

adaptability,

individual

autonomy and

mutual respect

based on ability

rather than age or

status.

Associated with

Athena

Advertising

Agencies

Organisational Culture
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4) Group of

people decide

that it is in their

best interest to

organise on a

collective rather

than an

individual basis.

Examples include

Barristers,

Doctors.

Such

organisations

exist solely for the

individuals who

compromise it.

Associated with

Dionysus (the god

of the self-

orientated

individual

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Deal and Kennedy

(1982)

The Tough-Guy,

Macho Culture

The Work

Hard/Play Hard

Culture

Bet-your

Company Culture

The Process

Culture

Links to

Organisational

Design and

Structure

Linking Culture to

Change

Management

Programmes

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Motivating

Change

Creating a Vision

Managing the Transition

Sustaining Momentum

Overcoming

Resistance to

Change

Company

Examples

The Emerging and

Future Debates

Organisational

Culture and New

Forms of HRM

Conclusions

Organisational Culture