Colorado Technical University Online
Professor James Velic
Phase 1 DB 2
July 5, 2011
The concept of organizational culture remains new; it is a culture which is vastly growing within management in all organizations around the world today. An example would be an organization or business industry, having a culture which encourages innovativeness and adaptability that will support there performances.
“Values can be defined as those things that are important to or valued by someone.” (The Character of Values and Ethics, retrieved, July 6, 2011) A firm or organization company culture can attract or repel those whom you need the most to build ...view middle of the document...
An example would be Chrysler sold is shares or interest in Maserati, Lamborghini, and Diamond Star and then begin to start concentrating on developing great or good cars, and trucks. This sent a clear message to the stakeholders and the employees and triggered a company renaissance.
“People come from diverse social, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, with different personalities and experiences.” (Examples of Strong Corporate Cultures, retrieved, July 8, 2011) It would take time and commitment to change based on the firm foundational values, principles and quality relationships to positively affect the firm’s culture. A firm has to recognize its employees and the different environment that each employee is from. Thus the firm must recognize that each employee is from a different ethnic background and beliefs and must administer and respect there culture beliefs. When this happens then the leader of the firm organization can begin to mold the cultures together and strategize the organizational plans.
We as a firm all think we know what culture means, and we tend to think we know how to create healthy organizational objectives. But yet we as firm leaders and employees talk about how unhealthy toxic...