Organizational Behavior at Kudler Fine Foods

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Business

 

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Jane M

 

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July 12, 2015

 

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University

 

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B

 

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Kudler Fine Foods unique offering to the public parallels with its unique organizational culture. According to Jeffrey Sonnenfeld's four types of organizational cultures, KFF best takes on the appearance of the "academy culture" (Gomez-Mejia & Balkin, 2002). The academy culture encourages employees to become experts in their field with rewards based upon mastery of skills...
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The academy culture encourages employees to become experts in their field with rewards based upon mastery of skills. Within this academy culture, Kudler Fine Food employees are loyal and climbing up the company ladder as opportunity manifests itself. The strength of this culture is established by KFF's commitment to promote from within the company, to make every new employee a success by providing excellent training resources as well as by providing extended training for employees advancing within the company...
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