Want FREE Templates on Strategy & Transformation? Download our FREE compilation of 50+ slides. This is an exclusive promotion being run on LinkedIn.

Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them   7-page Word document
$40.00

Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them (7-page Word document) Preview Image Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them (7-page Word document) Preview Image Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them (7-page Word document) Preview Image Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them (7-page Word document) Preview Image
Arrow   Unlock all preview images:   Login Register

Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them (Word DOCX)

File Type: 7-page Word document

$40.00
Do You know Your Oranicational Blind spots
Add to Cart
  


BUY WITH CONFIDENCE

Immediate digital download upon purchase.
Lifetime document updates included with purchase.
Fully editable & customizable DOCX document.
Trusted by over 10,000+ organizations.

DESCRIPTION

This product (Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them) is a 7-page Word document, which you can download immediately upon purchase.

To delve deeper into the Competing Values Framework and its implications for organizational culture, it's essential to understand the dynamics of each culture type highlighted in the article.

In the relationship-based culture, the emphasis on stability, cohesion, and teamwork fosters a supportive environment where employees share personal aspects and leaders act as mentors. While this culture values human capital and long-term relationships, it may face challenges such as slow decision-making and an overemphasis on employee satisfaction at the expense of productivity.

On the other hand, the innovation-based culture thrives on creativity, risk-taking, and adaptability. This culture encourages bold ideas and a focus on external innovation, leading to breakthrough products and services. However, the pursuit of radical ideas without proper structure can result in chaos and high-risk endeavors that may not always succeed.

In the competitive-based culture, organizations prioritize customer needs, shareholder value, and short-term gains through competitive strategies. While this culture drives performance and goal achievement, it may lead to burnout, unrealistic targets, and unsustainable practices if taken to extremes.

Lastly, the hierarchical-based culture values control, order, and continuous improvement, emphasizing quality and consistency. While this culture ensures stability and incremental improvements, it may hinder innovation, creativity, and employee autonomy due to excessive control and adherence to rules.

By recognizing the advantages, disadvantages, and blind spots of each culture type, leaders can tailor strategies to capitalize on strengths and address weaknesses effectively. This comprehensive understanding enables organizations to create a balanced and adaptive culture that aligns with their goals and values, ultimately driving long-term success and resilience in a rapidly changing business environment.

Got a question about the product? Email us at support@flevy.com or ask the author directly by using the "Ask the Author a Question" form. If you cannot view the preview above this document description, go here to view the large preview instead.

Source: Best Practices in Corporate Culture Word: Your Organizational Culture Blind Spots and What to Do About Them Word (DOCX) Document, moxy-consulting


$40.00
Do You know Your Oranicational Blind spots
Add to Cart
  

OVERVIEW

File Type: Word docx (DOCX)
File Size: 37.1 KB
Number of Pages: 7

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Additional documents from author: 13

Highly experienced organizational research expert with extensive practical background in organizational development, effectiveness and I/O psychology. I'm a published author in the field organizational psychology, engagement, virtual working, change and culture change. My track record is that of doing and results. [read more]

Ask the Author a Question

Must be logged in

Did you know?
The average daily rate of a McKinsey consultant is $6,625 (not including expenses). The average price of a Flevy document is $65.




Trusted by over 10,000+ Client Organizations
Since 2012, we have provided best practices to over 10,000 businesses and organizations of all sizes, from startups and small businesses to the Fortune 100, in over 130 countries.
AT&T GE Cisco Intel IBM Coke Dell Toyota HP Nike Samsung Microsoft Astrazeneca JP Morgan KPMG Walgreens Walmart 3M Kaiser Oracle SAP Google E&Y Volvo Bosch Merck Fedex Shell Amgen Eli Lilly Roche AIG Abbott Amazon PwC T-Mobile Broadcom Bayer Pearson Titleist ConEd Pfizer NTT Data Schwab




Read Customer Testimonials





Customers Also Like These Documents

Related Management Topics


Corporate Culture Performance Management Behavioral Strategy Employee Management Purpose Innovation Culture Innovation Management Lean Culture Lean Management/Enterprise Customer Experience Service Design Customer Decision Journey Local Culture

Download our FREE Organization, Change, & Culture, Templates

Download our free compilation of 50+ slides and templates on Organizational Design, Change Management, and Corporate Culture. Methodologies include ADKAR, Burke-Litwin Change Model, McKinsey 7-S, Competing Values Framework, etc.