Organizational Culture

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January 20, 2013

 

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Constructive styles strongly associated with satisfaction and low stress (Cooke & Szumal, 1993). ? Achievement: pursuing a standard of excellence. ? Self-actualizing: thinking in unique and independent way. ? Humanistic-encouraging: helping other to grow and develop. ? Affiliate: dealing with others in a friendly way Passive-Defensive cultures—in which members believe they must interact with people in ways that will not threaten their own security, are characterized by Approval, Conventional, Dependent, and Avoidance norms...
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Passive-Defensive styles associated with dissatisfaction and high stress (Cooke & Szumal, 1993). ? Approval: going along with others ? Conventional: always following policies and practices. ? Dependent: pleasing those in positions of authority ? Avoidance: waiting for others to act first Aggressive-Defensive cultures—in which members are expected to approach tasks in forceful ways to protect their status and security, are characterized by Oppositional, Power, Competitive, and Perfectionistic norms...
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