Organizational Culture Training Course Materials



Do you want to deliver a course about organizational culture? Go with customizable training course materials, not endless hours of development

Organizational culture is visible in the shared values, policies, attitudes, images, structures, and beliefs of a company. Some would even say that it can boil down to “it’s how we do things around here”. Importantly, culture can determine how people can behave, how motivated they are and even in the success they ultimately can achieve together.

At Oak Innovation, we believe that employees can be trained to better understand and even shape the culture where they work.

So, we’re sure that getting instant access to training materials to deliver a course on organizational culture is a priority for most training professionals and business managers. And, also for the companies where they work. Especially, when the alternative is spending long hours developing materials from scratch.

With the right mix of customizable course materials, you can get an advantage on the range of courses that they can offer in this area.

How you can deliver a training course on organizational culture?

In today’s organizations, it is essential that training content embraces aspects of the company so as to meaningful to the participants attending the course. And, these course materials will provide your participants with a solid introduction on the types of cultures that can be found within organizations.

You can then use the content to focus on organizational structures and various images of organizations. Then, discuss how to compare organizational cultures.

Course outline

The following topics are covered within the slides, manuals and support materials provided.

What is organizational culture – Starts by discussing the differences between organizational culture and organizational climate. Then, explore the primary characteristics of organizational culture.

Images – Next, examine how images are often used to describe the culture that exists within organizations. Then, explore the cultural web and structural perspectives on organizational culture. And, discuss at different attributes of organizational culture.

Comparing cultures – End the course by discussing the Ouchi framework.

Course objectives

Upon completion of this course your participants will be able to:

– Understand the relationship between culture and the organization

– Understand the key characteristics of organizational culture

– Identify different images of organizations

– Understand the cultural web

– Appreciate structural perspectives

– Understand the excellent organization

What’s included

On completion of your order, you will instantly receive the following:

– 40 page participant manual
– 60 powerpoint slides
– Practical exercises
– Further reading
– Course evaluation form and action plan

Free course materials

We will also send you the following free expert guides for use within your training courses:

– How to use icebreakers
– How to use training games
– How to improve listening skills
– How to improve questioning skills
– How to select materials and methods
– How to increase participation
– How to deal with difficult people
– How to evaluate training courses

Frequently asked questions

What is organisational culture?

Organizational culture is the set of values that helps the organization’s employees understand which actions are considered acceptable and which actions are considered unacceptable.

What is the difference between organizational culture and organizational climate?

Culture and climate are not the same thing. Climate refers to current situations in an organization and the linkages among work groups, employees, and work performance. Culture, on the other hand, relates to the historical context within which a situation occurs and the impact of this context on the behavior of employees.

What are the ten key characteristics of organizational culture?

  1. Member Identity
  2. Group Emphasis
  3. People Focus
  4. Unit Integration
  5. Control
  6. Risk Tolerance
  7. Reward Criteria
  8. Conflict Tolerance
  9. Means-End Orientation
  10. Open System Focus

What are the main elements of the the Cultural Web?

  1. Organizational Structure
  2. Symbols
  3. Power Structures
  4. Rituals & Routines
  5. Control Systems
  6. Stories

What are the eight characteristics of an excellent organization?

  1. Bias for action
  2. Stay close to the customer
  3. Autonomy and entrepreneurship
  4. Productivity through people
  5. Hands-on management
  6. Stick to the knitting
  7. Simple form and lean staff
  8. Both loosely and tightly organised

Can I edit the content and add my own company logo?

Yes. You can now add your own logo's and customize the course content freely using Microsoft Word and Powerpoint. You can also deliver the course materials where, when and as often as needed.

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