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The behavioral equivalence of organizational culture

The behavioral equivalence of organizational culture

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Published by Indian Institute of Management in Ahmedabad .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2007. x microfiches Master microform held by: DLC.

StatementIndu Rao.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMicrofiche#
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination30 p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23945822M
LC Control Number2009305173

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Download Citation | The Behavioral Equivalence of Organizational Culture | Three decades of organizational cultural (OC) studies have seen change in. A behavioral perspective on OC is then suggested and propositions are drawn to explain the dynamics involved thus contributing to the emerging process views on organizational culture.

A conceptual Behavioral Model of OC has been : Indu Rao. In fact, the term organizational culture was made popular in the s when Peters and Waterman’s best-selling book In Search of Excellence made the argument that company success could be attributed to an organizational culture that was decisive, customer oriented, empowering, and people oriented.

Since then, organizational culture has become. Downloadable. This paper presents findings from an extensive review of literature on organizational cultural (OC) and highlights the relevance of OC with respect to individual, organizational, intra-organizational, industry and external environment related variables.

This paper presents a behavioral perspective on OC and contributes to its emerging dynamic aspect. The concept of organizational culture (OC) has traditionally focused on values and beliefs and has been considered to be relatively stable and enduring. But literature is less sanguine about the reciprocal evolution of culture through behaviors.

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(shelved 1 time as organizational-culture) avg rating — 3, ratings — published Want to Read saving. Organizational culture can be defined as the group norms, values, beliefs and assumptions practiced in an organization. It brings stability and control within the firm. The organization is more stable and its objective can be understood more clearly.

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The Behavioral Equivalence of Organizational Culture. January This paper presents a behavioral. Fukuyama, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences, Culture and Production. There is a large literature on ‘organizational culture,’ which studies norms and behaviors characteristic of individual organizations or even subunits within organizations.

Organizational culture varies substantially across national cultures (e.g., the organization of a. Culture and organizational behavior were not always two topics that were considered side by side of one another. In fact, this concept which may seem common place, and even common sense now, first gathered steam only a little over twenty years ago.

In the s, there was a large push in the area of theory to pay attention to organizational. When we are asking a child to interpret a well-known fairy tale in one culture and compare that child's understanding to a child's interpretation of a well-known fairy take in another culture, we are seeking a) functional equivalence b) linguistic equivalence c).

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Standardization to account for cross-cultural response bias: A classification of score adjustment procedures and review of research in Journal of Cross. Organizational behavior (OB) or organisational behaviour is the: "study of human behavior in organizational settings, the interface between human behavior and the organization, and the organization itself".

OB research can be categorized in at least three ways: individuals in organizations (micro-level) work groups (meso-level). Behavioral Consistency Across Various Organizational Cultures. Although culture influences members' behavior, they are not merely passive recipients of social control.

Individual characteristics may interact with the organization's culture to predict important behavioral and work outcomes. Behavioral and Experimental Finance represent lenses and approaches through which we can view financial decision-making.

The aim of the journal is to publish high quality research in all fields of finance, where such research is carried out with a behavioral perspective and / or is carried out via experimental methods.

It is open to but not. Organizational behavior is the field of study that investigates how organizational structures affect behavior within organizations. Organizational behavior studies organizations from multiple viewpoints, including behavior within the organization and in relation to other organizations.

Micro organizational behavior refers to individual and.This level is associates with the physical disposition of the workplace and the demonstrated behavior of the employees. The second level of the organizational culture is based on values. Values are those views which affect the employers’ behavior.

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