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    Identifying and Evaluating Organizational Culture by Young Managers

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    Until the beginning of the 1980s, a view prevailed that established strategy of action as well as existing organizational structure are the changeables that best give characteristics of an organization. However, spectacular success of Japanese enterprises (previously a synonym of low quality) in American market brought about a great interest in cultural conditionings of enterprises. Becoming aware of the fact that an organization employs the whole person not only his or her professional skills caused that nonmaterial resources and the so called “soft” management concepts, from among which organizational culture is often mentioned at the first position, have gained in importance. It is currently perceived not only as a mechanism integrating employees but also as an essential strategic source with economic dimension. The importance of organizational culture is that of a basic prognostic of company future and a factor forming competitive position in environment. Realizing the importance of organizational culture in management process is particularly important for young managers who form in a way the character of an organization when entering it and are able to solve organizational and social problems as well as foster enterprise’s development by introducing intentional changes in existing cultural conditionings. Bearing this in mind, identification and evaluation of cultural models existing in organizations by young, still learning managers as well as showing their preferences concerning organizational cultures in business practice, has become the aim of this study. In order to realize it, empirical research was conducted with the use of questionnaire method among diploma semester students in the Institute of Organization and Management at the Technical University of Łódź

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    Title : Identifying and Evaluating Organizational Culture by Young Managers
    Author(s) : Katarzyna Klat, Marek Matejun
    Abstract : Until the beginning of the 1980s, a view prevailed that established strategy of action as well as existing organizational structure are the changeables that best give characteristics of an organization. However, spectacular success of Japanese enterprises (previously a synonym of low quality) in American market brought about a great interest in cultural conditionings of enterprises. Becoming aware of the fact that an organization employs the whole person not only his or her professional skills caused that nonmaterial resources and the so called “soft” management concepts, from among which organizational culture is often mentioned at the first position, have gained in importance. It is currently perceived not only as a mechanism integrating employees but also as an essential strategic source with economic dimension. The importance of organizational culture is that of a basic prognostic of company future and a factor forming competitive position in environment. Realizing the importance of organizational culture in management process is particularly important for young managers who form in a way the character of an organization when entering it and are able to solve organizational and social problems as well as foster enterprise’s development by introducing intentional changes in existing cultural conditionings. Bearing this in mind, identification and evaluation of cultural models existing in organizations by young, still learning managers as well as showing their preferences concerning organizational cultures in business practice, has become the aim of this study. In order to realize it, empirical research was conducted with the use of questionnaire method among diploma semester students in the Institute of Organization and Management at the Technical University of Łódź
    Keywords : organizational culture; young managers; management

    Subject : Identifying and Evaluating Organizational Culture by Young Managers
    Area : Management
    Language : English
    Year : 2010

    Affiliations Department of Management, Technical University of Lodz, Poland
    Editors : Marek Matejun
    Publisher : Technical University of Lodz Press
    City : Lodz
    Pages : 27-53

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