Organizational culture: Developments in measuring

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Organizational culture is known universally as the set of shared meanings and beliefs held by a community. The study of Organizational culture will reveal the way of how factories operate and the stance that they take whendealing with different situations. This article presents to the reader with the concept of organizational culture from the best known authors throughout history; furthermore it provides the chronological progress in measurement methods, starting from observation and psychological analysis of the concept, to the preparation of specialized tools to measure people’ behavior and its influence on the organization. All this, in order to support regional scientific progress, on considering several studies as a precedent for future research.




Cújar Vertel, A. del C., Ramos Paternina, C. D., Hernández Riaño, H. E., & López Pereira, J. M. (2013). Organizational culture: Developments in measuring. Estudios Gerenciales, 29(128), 350–355.

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