Organizational culture attention to detail

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  • Differences between a group and a team: group Objectives: Individual objectivse, team: Shared objectives. Roles Roles are not defined, everyone does what seems best, Roles with a team are clear defined.Leadership: Individual leadership, Shared leadership. Conflicts: Conflicts are avoided and not resolved, Conflicts are faced and resolved by consensus. Communication: Disorganized work no one listens the rest of the members, Organized work, different opinions are Heard to make better decisions. ParticipationJust some of the members participate, All members participate according to their different abilities. Rules There are no defined rules, Rules are clearly defined and followed by all members. Benefits of working in teams: AS A PERSON y AS A COMPANY. BENEFITS AS A PERSON:(  You work with less stress, Responsibility is shared, It is more rewarding, Prizes and awards are shared, Better decision making). BENEFITS AS A company: (Times are optimized in research and projects, There is more generation of knowledge and information, Better ways to face problems, Decisions are better understand, More diversity on points of view). Organizational culture: A system of shared values, assumptions, beliefs, and norms that characterizes the members of an organization.  7 primary characteristicsInnovation and risk taking: The degree to which employees are encouraged to be innovative and take risk. Attention to detail: The degree to which employees are expected to exhibit precision and analysis. Outcome orientation: The degree to which management focus on results more tan on techniques or processes use to achieve does outcomes. People orientation: The degree to which management decision are taken considering the effects on people. Team orientation: The degree to which work activities are organized around teams rather tan individuals. Aggressiveness: The degree to which people are aggressive and competitive rather than easygoing. Stability: The degree to which organizational activities emphasizes maintaining the status quo in contrast to growth.  CULTURE´S FUNCTIONS: (Creates distinctions between one organization and others.Creates a sense of identity for organization members, Facilitates the generation of commitment, Creates standards for what employees should say and do). But…. How a strong culture can affect your Company? Barriers to Change: Most likely to occur when an organization´s environment is dynamic.  This strong cultures become barriers to change when ¨business as usual¨ is no longer effective. Barriers to Diversity: Hiring employees with different points of view from those shared among the rest of the members. Barriers to merge: Culture compatibility has been a key factor that managers look at in making merge decisions. How employees learn culture?( LANGUAGE, MATERIAL SYMBOLS, STORIES, RITUALS). STORIES- They typically contain a narrative of events about the organization´s founder and anchor the present to the past. RITUALS- Repetitive sequences of activities that express and reinforce the key values of the organization. Material symbols: OFFICES & FURNITURE, TRANSPORTATION. LANGUAGE: (Terminology and words used among members of an organization. BOLD:  Boing online data, CATIA: Computer –graphics-aided three-dimension interactive application. MAIDS: Manufacturing assembly and installation data System). Creating a positive organizational culture: Building on employee strengths, Rewarding more tan punishing, Emphasizing growth).

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