Despite years of trying various approaches to improve the overall culture of the organization, surveys and annual assessments revealed little had actually changed in the view of employees, and managers were frustrated by their lack of progress. Skepticism that the organization could meaningfully change was rampant, and employees said openly they wished the culture were better but knew it would not change. The most successful companies know their culture is a powerful competitive advantage that competitors cannot replicate. They are deliberate about developing a robust and healthy culture that is rooted in strong values that guide decisions and actions at every level of the organization. They make proactively managing their culture a strategic imperative and an operational requirement.
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OrganisatiOnal Culture: a Case study
This paper discuss the organizational culture in metal manufacturing company which is classified as small and medium sized enterprises SME located in Central Java Province, Indonesia. This study is conducted to observe the action of the SME, especially for metal manufacturing company to face the regional free trade agreement in South-East Asia as a consequence of global market. The organizational culture is classified based on the internal factor, external factor, stability and control and flexibility and discretion. Four companies are involved in this study, where Company A, B and C are classified as small enterprises and Company D is classified as medium enterprise. The adhocracy cultured company is predicted to be survived in ACFTA due to their innovative, customized and unique metal product and also specific customer.
What is company culture? Or corporate culture… or organizational culture..? You hear the words frequently, but how do you define the culture of a business? How can you measure your culture and how can you improve it?