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    • Organizational culture

    • Organizational culture encompasses values and behaviours that "contribute to the unique social and psychological environment of an organization." According to Needle (2004), organizational culture represents the collective values, beliefs and principles of organizational members and is a product of such factors as hist ... Read »


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    • Brand culture

    • Brand culture is a company culture in which employees "live" to brand values, to solve problems and make decisions internally, and deliver a branded customer experience externally. It is the desired outcome of an internal branding, internal brand alignment or employee engagement effort that elevates beyond communicatio ... Read »


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    • Bullying culture

    • Bullying culture is the context or venue in which a bullying pattern of behavior is ordinary or routine. It is about an imbalance of social, physical or other power involving a person or group. The culture of bullying includes daily activities and the way people relate to each other. A bullying culture emphasizes a wi ... Read »


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    • Feminisation of the workplace

    • The feminisation of the workplace is the trend towards greater employment of women, and of men willing and able to operate with these more 'feminine' modes of interaction. It is a response to the pressure from feminism and cultural trends highlighting characteristics in workers which have culturally been associated wit ... Read »


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    • Fit in or fuck off

    • Fit in or fuck off (or FIFO) is an expression used unofficially within organizations. It is a controversial human resources philosophy whereby the employee is expected to rigidly conform to the prevailing organizational norms or get fired. It is related to the "Last hired, first fired" concept. FIFO more commonly stand ... Read »


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    • Founder's syndrome


    • Hofstede's cultural dimensions theory


    • Invented here

    • Invented here is an opposite of "not invented here" and occurs when management of an organisation is uncomfortable with innovation or development conducted in-house. Reasons this might be the case are varied, and range from a lack of confidence in the staff within the organisation to a desire to have a third party to b ... Read »


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    • Journalism culture

    • Journalism culture is described as a "shared occupational ideology among newsworkers". The term journalism culture spans the cultural diversity of journalistic values, practices and media products or similar media artifacts. Research into the concept of journalism culture sometimes suggests an all-encompassing consensu ... Read »


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    • Kiss up kick down

    • Kiss up kick down (or kiss up, kick down) is a neologism used to describe the situation where middle level employees in an organization are polite and flattering to superiors but abusive to subordinates. It is believed to have originated in the US, with the first documented use having occurred in 1993. The concept can ... Read »


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    • The Macintosh Way

    • The Macintosh Way was the first book written by former Apple evangelist Guy Kawasaki. Subtitled "the art of guerilla management", the book focused on technology marketing and management and includes many anecdotes culled from Kawasaki's experience during the early development of the Macintosh. The author wrote of the ... Read »


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    • Managing up and managing down

    • Managing up and managing down is studied as part of management studies as how a middle manager should effectively deal with his or her manager and with his or her subordinates. Additionally, managing up on its own may be a useful skill for a subordinate who in turn does not manage anyone. It is generally considered to ... Read »


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    • Multistakeholder governance model

    • The multistakeholder governance model, sometimes known as a multistakeholder initiative (MSI), is a governance structure that seeks to bring stakeholders together to participate in the dialogue, decision making, and implementation of solutions to common problems or goals. According to Lawrence E. Strickling, U.S. A ... Read »


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    • My way or the highway

    • My way or the highway is a predominantly American idiom that dates back to the 1970s. It suggests an ultimatum like "take it or leave it" which indicates that the listener(s) (who are typically not in a position to challenge the options, e.g. employees or those lacking money) must totally accept the speaker's decision ... Read »


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    • The organization's face


    • Organizational assimilation

    • Organizational assimilation is a process in which new members of an organization are integrated into the organizational culture. This concept, proposed by Frederic M. Jablin, consists of two dynamic processes that involve the organizational attempts to socialize the new members, as well as the current organization memb ... Read »


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    • Organizational identity

    • Organizational identity is a field of study in organizational theory, that seeks the answer to the question: "who are we as an organization?" The concept was first defined by Albert and Whetten (1985) and later updated and clarified by Whetten (2006), According to Whetten (2006) the attributes of an organizational ide ... Read »


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    • Organizational narcissism

    • Narcissism in the workplace is a serious issue and may have a major detrimental impact on an entire organization. Narcissistic individuals in the workplace are more likely to engage in counterproductive work behavior (CWB) especially when their self-esteem is threatened. Narcissism is both a personality trait and a per ... Read »


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    • Organizational psychopathy

    • The presence of psychopathy in the workplace, although psychopaths typically represent a relatively small percentage of the staff, can do enormous damage when in senior management roles. Psychopaths are usually most common at higher levels of corporate organizations and their actions often cause a ripple effect through ... Read »


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    • Power distance

    • Power distance is the extent to which the lower ranking individuals of a society "accept and expect that power is distributed unequally". It is primarily used in psychological and sociological studies on societal management of inequalities between individuals, and individual's perceptions of that management. People in ... Read »


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    • Power dressing

    • Born in the second half of the 1970s and developed in the 1980s, power dressing is a fashion style that enables women to establish their authority in a professional and political environment traditionally dominated by men. The term power dressing relates to a fashion style typical of the business and politics envi ... Read »


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    • Raz update of Schein's organizational culture model


    • Security culture

    • Security culture is a term used to describe the ideas, customs and social behaviors of a group of people, that impacts their security. Security culture is a subset of the larger cultural scope of any particular people or group. Today, security culture is being used to describe the kind of behaviors organizations would ... Read »


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    • Shadow of the leader

    • "Shadow of the leader" is a phrase used to describe a common phenomenon in business organizations where those in positions of leadership and power, through their behavior and actions, tend to influence the behavior and actions of those below them, thus “casting a shadow” across the organization. “Shadow ... Read »


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    • Shared leadership

    • Shared leadership is a leadership style that broadly distributes leadership responsibility, such that people within a team and organization lead each other. It has frequently been compared to horizontal leadership, distributed leadership, and collective leadership and is most contrasted with more traditional "vertical" ... Read »


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    • Social intrapreneurship

    • A corporate social entrepreneur (CSE) is someone who attempts to advance a social agenda in addition to a formal job role as part of a corporation. CSEs may or may not operate in organizational contexts that are predisposed toward corporate social responsibility. CSEs's concerns are with both the development of social ... Read »


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    • Standards of Conduct for the International Civil Service

    • The document Standards of Conduct for the International Civil Service is a text document of the United Nations System that lays out a set of standards of conduct for international civil servants. These standards were introduced in 2013 by the International Civil Service Commission (ICSC) to replace the Standards of Con ... Read »


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    • Street-level bureaucracy

    • Street-level bureaucracy is the subset of a public agency or government institution where the civil servants work who have direct contact with members of the general public. Street-level civil servants carry out and/or enforce the actions required by a government's laws and public policies, in areas ranging from safety ... Read »


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    • Toxic workplace

    • A toxic workplace is a workplace that is marked by significant drama and infighting, where personal battles often harm productivity. Toxic workplaces are often considered the result of toxic employees, or workers who are motivated by personal gain (power, money, fame or special status), use unethical, mean-spirited and ... Read »


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    • The Toyota Way

    • The Toyota Way is a set of principles and behaviors that underlie the Toyota Motor Corporation's managerial approach and production system. Toyota first summed up its philosophy, values and manufacturing ideals in 2001, calling it "The Toyota Way 2001". It consists of principles in two key areas: continuous improvement ... Read »


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    • Trompenaars' model of national culture differences


    • Trust management (managerial science)

    • Trust management (management by trust, management through trust) can be conceptualized in two ways. First, as a process by which individual A becomes trustworthy for other individuals. This trust is significant criterion of success and survival because it makes individuals to collaborate with individual A. It is not ra ... Read »


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    • Workplace spirituality

    • Workplace Spirituality or Spirituality in the Workplace is a movement that began in the early 1920s. It emerged as a grassroots movement with individuals seeking to live their faith and/or spiritual values in the workplace. One of the first publications to mention spirituality in the workplace was Business Week, June 5 ... Read »


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