In this video, learn about organizational culture theories.
- Brian Chesky, CEO and co-founder of Airbnb…says that culture is simply a shared way…of doing something with a passion.…This is one of the more succinct definitions…I've come across.…But the real question is,…how is culture shown in organizations?…You experience a company's culture…through observing the way it treats employees,…conducts business, and the extent to which…employees are empowered to make decisions,…and how committed employees are to collaborating…with each other to meet the organization's goals.…
Edgar Schein, a professor at MIT,…created a model of organizational culture…that consists of three levels.…They are artifacts, values, and assumed values.…Artifacts are the parts of the culture…that can be seen, heard, and felt,…such as the company dress code.…Values are the parts of the culture that are articulated…through its mission, vision, and goals.…These are stated and likely communicated…during staff meetings, on the company website,…and in the policy manual.…
However there are also assumed values…
- Modeling ethical standards
- Managing legal risks
- Finding and interviewing candidates
- Designing training and measuring its effectiveness
- Designing total rewards
- Promoting diversity and inclusion
- Employee engagement strategies
- Managing complaints and grievances
- Implementing workplace programs
Skill Level Advanced
Introduction to the PHR Certification Examwith Joanne Simon-Walters58m 16s Intermediate
1. Exam Topics: Business Management
2. Exam Topics: Talent Planning and Acquisition
3. Exam Topics: Learning and Development
4. Exam Topics: Total Rewards
5. Exam Topics: Employee and Labor Relations
6. Study Plan
Conclusion and Farewell
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