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Review Papers | Management | India | Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019
Organization Culture Octapace
Abstract: Organisational culture is defined as a culture of underlying thoughts, beleifs, values, assumptions and the methods of interaction which contribute towards social and psychological environment thus, culture of organization includes expectations, philosophies and experiences which acts as guiding principles that studies the impact of behavior, attitudes and perception of people. It is done to cover the gap of the external as well as internal environment. It helps in expressing the self images, feelings, interactions and communications to meet the future as well as individual expectation. Culture is based on shared values, beleifs, customs, thoughts and written, unwritten rules which are considered in order to bridge up the gaps of people working. Thus, openness, confrontation, trust authenticity, proactiveness, autonomy collaboration and experimenting are some of the values used by organisation in order to study and observe the cultures of people working in organisations so that the smooth functioning of the organisations are done. These are the values which helps in covering the gaps in organization for achievement of missionary and visionary goals and objectives set by different organisations. This approach is used in various human resource organisations in order to employ right people, at right place at right time of requirement. Thus it studies and influences people by analyzing the corporate, workplace and business culture. It includes the organization’s symbols, languages, assumptions, habits and attitudes of people working in the environment.
Keywords: organisation culture octapace
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 7, July 2019,
Pages: 655 - 659
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