JAIPURIA INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT
What is organisational culture
Characteristics of organizational culture
How employees learn about organizational culture
How to create ethical culture in
How to create positive organisational culture
I owe my profound gratitude to our project guide Dr .Swati Agarwal ,
Professor ,Jaipuria Institute of Management , Noida for her constant support
and guidance throughout the course of my work. Her sincerity
And thoroughness have been a constant source of inspiration for me.
Also , I take this opportunity to acknowledge the
contribution of all the employees of an organisation that we visited to spare a
time and help us to do a survey for their kind assistance and cooperation
during project work.
( PGDM M)
Organizational culture is what
describes the psychology, attitudes, beliefs and values of an organization. It
has been defined as collection of values and norms that are shared by
people and groups in an organization and that control the way they interact
with each other and with outside the organization.”
Changes are enevitable part . Every organisation
Culture Change has become a area of concern for
most of the organisation as now a days most of the organisation believes to be
employee friendly while some persist to traditional culture where employees
needs to adhere to certain norms and policies.
is Organizational Culture ?
Organizational Culture is the beliefs, customs, traditions and values shared
by the members of the organization. Corporate culture can be looked at as a
system. It is important to consider culture while managing change in the
organization. Culture can be both, as input and as output. While organizational
culture is the term that reflects culture in any type of organization be it
school, university, not-for-profit groups, government agencies or business
entity, more concrete business terms are corporate culture and company culture
1) Innovation and Risk Taking. –how employs are encouraged to be
2) Attention to Detail.-employees are expected to exhibit attention to
3) Outcome Orientation.-degree to which management focus on outcome
4) People Orientation.-considering effect of outcomes on people within
5) Team Orientation.-degree to which work activities are organised
6) Aggressiveness.-how much are employees aggressive towards work
7) Stability.-how organisation
activities emphasize maintaining the status
learn about orgainizational culture?
What the organization is about, its mission, its values.
The processes in place to monitor what is going on. Role culture should
have vast rulebooks. There would be more reliance on individualism in a power culture.
Reporting lines, hierarchies, and the way that work flows through the
Who makes the decisions, how widely spread is power, and on what is
How to create ethical organisation
a visible role model to your employees as they will look to the actions and
doings of top management.
ethical expectations by sharing a code of ethics that states the organisation’s
ethical values that all must follow.
ethical training by setting up workshops , seminars to clarify what practices
visibly rewarding ethical acts and punishing unethical ones.
mechanism so that employees can discuss unethical behaviours
CREATING POSITIVE ORGANIZATIONAL
· Building on employee
strength emphasiszing on showing workers how they can capitalise on their
· By rewarding more than
punishing in the form of salary hike or promotion
· By emphasizing growth
and supporting what employee contribute and working on how organisation can
make employee more effective.
SUBMITTED BY- AHMER
HASSAN ( JN170173)