Organisational Culture, Organisational Examples, Managing Change in Organisations, MS-25

What is organisational culture? Describe how organisational culture change takes place by citing organisational examples. Briefly describe the organisation you are referring to.

Culture should be reserved for the deeper level of basic assumptions and beliefs that are shared by members of an organization. The culture of the factory is its customary and traditional way of thinking and of doing things, culture in this sense convers a wide range of behavioure the methods of production, job skills and technical knowledge attitudes towards discipline and punishment the customers and habits of managerial behaviour, the objectives of the concern, its way of doing business the methods of payment, the values placed on different types of work beliefs in domocratic living and joint consultation and the less conscious conventions and taboos. The making of relationships, is governed by the extent to which the individuals concerned have each absorbed the culture of individual for handling his relationships and on which has depends for making his way among, and with, other members and groups change are expressed through three main areas the market itself, the technology to meet market demand competitively the organization of resources and the enterprise to achieve success.

Types of change :

(a) Organizationl Culture Organizational Structure.
(b) Market-Led issues
Customer market orientation New productrs Reduction to core Internationalize Quality emphasis.
(c) People issuesCommunication/Participation.
People matters
Reward Development
Emphasis on training and development
New work practices
Teams/group/task forces.
(d) Technology
(e) Entreprenencial Creative
Innovation Entrepreneueship
(f) Economics
Costing culting Staff reductions Productivity
(g) Crises change: Change is basically required to meet danger or toavoid impending disaster

Corporate change cannot be achieved by one man alone, and even the active support of all the managers in a company is no more than the first crucial step. It means touching the organisation on actually exists. It does not exist in balance sheets, building or computers seeking to improve results do something about the organisational structure and culture issues together head the types of change recorded in the as heidge data. Organization is a matter of structuring the way in which resources are brough and kept together in order to achieve objectives. These resource include people, places, money, materials, machines and so on for a number of tese may actually be neded in any particular type of change organisation and culture modification is not on the resources themselve not on people as individuals, but on the way in which they are interlined and mobilized, where the resoures are positioned how coordination is ensured and the resources include people, places, money material, machines and so on, for the number of these may actually be needed in any particular type of change.

(i) The market, quzlity and change
(ii) People and change
(iii) Taining and development.
(iv) Involvement
(v) Qualit and improvement circles
(vi) Technology
(vii) Imgination
(viii) Managing the beforemath
(ix) Looking Back from the future.
(x) Creting the future.

The organisation which I refer to is that the importance of organizations for man and society can hardly be once-estimated from the life to death one or other organisation plays a role in the life of the individual and impact on societies nations and communities, be it political, religions, culture, eductional, Judicial, economic indurtrial or sport organisations etc, organisation is the vehicle through which groups, collectives and individuals, work to achieve their goals, aima and objectives in my organisation the movement of people from a current state to a defined state, different improved and desired new state through a set of planned and integrated interventions. The organisational culture could one of the key ingredients in determine effectiveness and efficiency in understanding benchmarking in becoming a world-class business and organisation.

The Factors that influenced our organisational culture is

  • History and ownershilp.
  • Size
  • Technology
  • Leadership and Mission.
  • Stories.
  • Routines.
  • Rituals
  • Symbols
  • Control System
  • Power Structures.

Organisational strctures who reports to whoim on a formal basis and who have an informal relaationships. Who makes the decisions, who influences the decisions how when. Higher level of work motivation and performance among organisational members relative to previously established standards, organisational effectiveness with repect to human resource management.