Organisationskultur

Organisationskultur Indenfor organisationsteorien opererer man med begrebet organisationskultur, som betragtes som et delt sæt af overbevisninger, der differentierer de enkelte organisationer fra hinanden (Yukl 1998: 332). Det vil sige, at en organisationskultur defineres som et delt mønster af tanker og handlinger i en organisation (Dipboye m.fl. 1994: 213). Interessen for organisationskultur blev cementeret i 1970’erne, […]

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Forfatter Jesper Tække
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Schultz (2004), Tække (2008)

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