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Martin Vince C. Cruz
MAP109 – Industrial/Organizational Psychology
What is Organizational Culture?
It is the shared beliefs and traditions that exist among
individuals in an organization.
Components of Organizational Culture:
Intangible, Non-Material, Cognitive
Tangible and material
Plays a supportive role
Iceberg Model of Culture
Once an organization’s culture
is deeply rooted in its
employees, it can become its
(Diamante & Teng-Calleja, 2017, p. 276).
Categories of Organizational Culture
(Quinn & Rohrbaugh, 1983)
Can be based on the structure and strategic focus
Can be based on the dominant attributes shown by its
Corporate Culture Types (Quinn &
Corporate Culture Types (Goffee and
Solidarity and Sociability as the dominant attributes of
Networked = high sociability + low solidarity
Mercenary = low sociability + high solidarity
Fragmented = low sociability + low solidarity
Communal = high sociability + high solidarity
Managing Organizational Culture
Corporate culture is consciously and strategically
crafted to support their vision and mission.
It takes years of membership for employees to
internalize its culture.
A significant amount of time is needed to train
employees with the desired values and rewarding them
to reinforce the culture desired for employees to
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R. M. Hechanova, M. Teng-Calleja, & V. C.
Villaluz (Eds.), Understanding the Filipino Worker and
Organization (2nd ed., pp. 273-289). Ateneo de Manila University