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Study of organizational culture OCTAPACE profile

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Introduction:
“Culture is the soul of the organization — the beliefs and values, and how they are manifested. I think of the structure as the skeleton, and as the flesh and blood. And culture is the soul that holds the thing together and gives it life force.” Henry Mintzberg

Organizational culture is being recognized increasingly as an important determinant of organizational performance. Culture serves as one of the most effective managerial control mechanisms in organizations because performance standards are enforced by the employees rather than by top-down bureaucratic rules and regulations. (John E., Kralewski, Terence D. Wingert, Michael H. Barbouche, 1996). The discussion on the term ‘organizational culture’ has gained importance as a way to comprehend and to be aware of human behaviours. Culture comprises the symbolic side of an organisation, and it gives dimensions to the human contemplation and behaviour in the system. The concept of organisational culture is very common issue of research since 1980. Organisational research traditionally focused heavily on the recognition of corporate climate, but in during, 1980 the term ‘corporate climate’ was reframed as the evident face of organisational values. Organisational Culture comprises beliefs and values of an organisation. Organisational norms, the guidelines or expectations are developed form organizational values that prescribe the apposite kinds of behaviour by employees and manage the actions of organisational employees towards one another.

Organisational culture is a collection of knowledge, of standards for perceiving, believing, evaluating and acting that serve to relate human communities to their environmental settings. Developing and maintaining a good organizational culture for employees is very important.

Whether a company’s culture is strong or weak is indicated from within and more specifically from what the employees and other internal groups discuss about it. Carrying out an assessment of the current organization culture is something that managers should do. The evaluation of the assessment may be positive and encouraging or simply discouraging. All that is needed to acknowledge is that they could never start creating a strong culture without first seeking to understand that they have a problem to solve.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 47
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2: INDUSTRY PROFILE
CHAPTER 3: COMPANY PROFILE- INFOSYS
CHAPTER 4: NEED FOR STUDY
CHAPTER 5: LITERATURE SURVEY
CHAPTER 6: OBJECTIVE OF THE STUDY
CHAPTER 7: RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
CHAPTER 8: DATA ANALYSIS
FINDINGS
CONCLUSION
SUGGESTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS
ANNEXURE 1: QUESTIONNAIRE
ANNEXURE 2: REFERENCES


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