Organizational Culture


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  • Audience: Suitable For All Employees.
  • Duration: Full Day.
  • Experience: No Experience Required.

Why All Employees Need To Know About Organizational Culture

Organizational culture can be one of the most valuable features of the company, but they are also the most sensitive, and the most difficult to plan. And, although a positive organizational culture is critical to the success of any company, most managers and line staff don’t get any training and development they achieve this success.

Now, Oak Innovation’s pre-written organizational culture training can provide you with the training manuals, slide decks, and expert guides needed to present and brand your own training courses in this key critical business area.

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Course Description

In today’s ever-changing business environment, understanding organizational culture has become imperative for an organization’s success.

In fact, every day we all are exposed to organizational cultures in all areas of our life. Yet knowing the characteristics of organizational cultures is not just a skill needed by managers and leaders, it will help all categories of staff.

To illustrate, all staff need to know about the main characteristics of organizational culture that are raised in this training course. For example:

  • Member Identity.
  • Group Emphasis.
  • People Focus.
  • Unit Integration.
  • Control.
  • Risk Tolerance.
  • Reward Criteria.
  • Conflict Tolerance.
  • Means-End Orientation.
  • Open System Focus.

From this organizational culture skills training, learners will develop a better awareness of organizational cultures, and appreciate the need to mobilize individuals to meet the challenges faced by organizations. This isn’t just about passing information to staff, it’s about the broader and bigger task of shaping corporate cultures.

From the slide deck and learner manual, learners will explore the relationship between culture and organization. In fact, this organizational culture skills training course is designed to heighten awareness of organizational culture to individuals who have had little or no training in this key area.

Designed to be accessible for all categories of employees, learners will examine the key characteristics of organizational culture. Through hands-on exercises and examples, they will also learn how to identify different images of organizations and will be introduced to the cultural web.

Through engaging training material, discussion, and exercises, learners will discuss structural perspectives on organizational culture and they will walk away with a better understanding of the excellent organization.

This course material is designed to be presented to learners interested in developing an essential awareness of organizational culture skills to become more effective within a variety of business settings.

Learning Objectives

At the end of this training, 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.

Course Overview

These are the 3 key sections of this training course.

1. Introduction to organizational culture
All course participants will benefit from understanding the principles and characteristics of organizational culture. And, this course will prepare individuals to tackle the challenge as to how do they approach shaping or even describing cultures.

In particular, the course content in this introductory session will:

  • Discuss the differences between organizational culture and organizational climate.
  • Explore the primary characteristics of the corporate culture.

2. Images of organizations
Understanding corporate cultures and the images that they generate will course participants to set themselves apart with a mindset on organizations.

In this section of the course, participants will be introduced to the innovative and groundbreaking writings of Gareth Morgan. In 1989, he published a seminal book entitled Images of Organization in which organizations are imagined as being machines, brains, organisms, cultures, psychic prisons, systems of politics, transformation, and tools of domination. And, each image possesses particular characteristics and even personalities that we all can learn from.

Above all,this section will help your audience feel more connected to the content. And, they will build more practical skills. In particular, this section of the course aims to build learners’ confidence and imagination, and will:

  • Outline the primary images that get used.
  • Dive a little deeper into why we need to consider corporate culture.
  • Explore the “cultural web” and structural perspectives.
  • Discuss the different attributes of the corporate culture.

3. How to compare organizational cultures
Now that learners have been introduced to organizational culture and images of organizations, the course shares how to compare organizational cultures.

Most importantly, learners will also explore different ways of looking at organizational cultures (e.g., Ouchi framework and “the excellent organization”).

Who Needs Effective Organizational Culture Skills?

  • Senior management that wants to strengthen their relationships with staff.
  • Managers, supervisors, and team leaders need these skills to lead, manage and motivate their teams.
  • Administrative, support staff, and line staff that needs these skills to maximize their engagement and participation within the organization.
  • HR professionals need these skills to meet the needs of the departments that they support.
  • Project managers need these skills to create more engagement and collaboration with their teams.
  • Organizational development professionals need these skills to secure relationships and participation from all functions within the organization.
  • Consultants and independent contractors who are being asked to play a role in organizational initiatives.

What You Get

  • A 40 Page Participant Manual
  • 60 Customizable PowerPoint Slides
  • Training Games And Training Icebreakers
  • A Course Advertorial
  • Eight Pre-written Expert Training Guides
  • Customizable Exercises And Tests
  • Further Reading Lists

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Organizational Culture