Cultural Knowledge in Organizations: Exploring the Collective Mind
SAGE Publications, 28 jun. 1991 - 232 páginas
This volume explores organizational culture - the unique ideas, values, norms and rituals of an organization and its participants. Sackmann presents a conceptual framework for its study and describes her ground-breaking research on how a culture is developed within an organization and how it shapes business policy and performance.
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TWO Existing Perspectives on Culture
THREE An Alternative Conception
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