How Important is "Organizational Culture" for Implementation of a Successful Strategy?

Khanolkar, Vishakha; Khan, Simeen A.; Gupta, Shiv K.
January 2012
National Social Science Journal;Jan2012, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p83
Academic Journal
The article discusses the important components of an organizational culture. It highlights the meaning and definition of organizational culture, which attributes to the company's procedures, strategies, and ethics. It also mentions the significant role of business leaders in developing organizational culture that focused on the goals and mission, and dealing with ways for employees to understand the core values of the organization. Furthermore, it notes the theories of professors, Edgar Schein and Michael Potter, concerning organizational culture that serves as an important component in the business' success.


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