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Traditionally, U.S. corporations have been governed according to a contractarian model.1 There are many benefits to this approach, such as efficiency and innovation. Contractarianism, however, does not facilitate the development of desirable societal values and tends to depersonalize employees.2 Recently, corporate governance IMAGE FORMULA 5 commentators have espoused the characteristics of communitarianism, which places a high value on individual worth and common responsibility but tends, when operating in large organizations, to reduce innovation and competitiveness.3 An innovative model labeled "Business as a Mediating ...
Organizational culture is a commonly held –in-the-mind framework of organizational members. This framework contains basic assumption and values. These basic assumption and values are taught to new members as that organizational culture is developed over time as people in the organization learn to deal successfully common background. So culture arises out of what has been successful for the organization. More about Organizational Culture Culture starts with leadership, is reinforced with the accumulated learning of the organizational members, and is a powerful (albeit often implicit) set ... Read More
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