publication . Article . 2012

ORGANISATIONAL CULTURE ANALYSIS MODEL

Mihaela Simona Maracine;
Open Access
  • Published: 01 Jan 2012 Journal: Annals of Computational Economics, volume 1, issue 40, pages 99-106
Abstract
The studies and researches undertaken have demonstrated the importance of studying organisational culture because of the practical valences it presents and because it contributes to increasing the organisation’s performance. The analysis of the organisational culture’s dimensions allows observing human behaviour within the organisation and highlighting reality, identifying the strengths and also the weaknesses which have an impact on its functionality and development. In this paper, we try to present some models for assessing organisational culture.
Subjects
free text keywords: dimensions; assessment; model; organisational culture; performance, jel:M1, jel:M14

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