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Culture on performance

Gordon and DiTomaso (1992) also investigated culture strength as well as adaptability and stability and measured the growth of assets and premiums in eleven insurance companies over six years. This study suggests that culture strength and adaptability are positively related to profitability. Kotter and Heskett (1992) present various studies thatRead More

Communication and corporate culture

The discussion above on Starbucks’ values proves that a strong organizational culture is a core competitive differentiator. Organizational culture a shared meaning of the members of the organization about what the organization stands for and constitutes values, norms and behavior in which the stakeholders believe (Robbins and Judge, 2007). “CultureRead More

Contemporary culture

One cannot help but be bombarded with the plethora of so called “reality television”1 that underlines contemporary postmodern society.2 It is a new experience that is seen to provide addictive viewing and to many it provides one hundred days of entertainment,3 it is known internationally as Big Brother. Originally foundedRead More

Language and Culture 

Intercultural communication takes place when participants, who communicate, represent a different communication system. Differences may occur in verbal and nonverbal communication – eye contact, gestures, touch, pauses, turn-taking or use of time. They are potential source of conflicts in intercultural communication. In a case of an intercultural communication clash thereRead More

Person Culture

Culture is defined as giving an organisation identity. It reflects the development of the company in terms of history, primary function and technology, aims and objectives, size, location, staff and the external environment. The different types of culture are defined as: Power Culture A central power source which influence fromRead More

The Vietnamese culture

However, following Watson and Head, 2007, and Singh 1971, in practice, it is the market price of the share that determines the PE ratio. This is only the guide to company performance on the paper, since it uses the historical numbers and it ignores both cash flow and risks. TheRead More

The organisational culture

Organization Culture is a set of shared values often taken for granted and communicated through stories or other means to help people understand what is acceptable and what is not (Griffin & Morehead 2006). Often the culture reflects the founder’s philosophy as with Microsoft where Bill Gates had a visionRead More

Chinese culture

A significant aspect of China is its long cultural and national history. The Chinese people, for longer than any other group on earth, have shared a common culture, which developed through a 5,000-year evolution. Certain events have significantly influenced this development. Chinese political structures assumed a pattern under the HanRead More

How Globalization Destroy Culture?

Mass media (internet, movie, TV, advertising of multinational) causes culture to spread. The undeniable usefulness of mass media in almost instantly providing information about events around the world is largely taken for granted. But in our dependence on the media we have allowed them to mould our notion and opinionsRead More

Organisational Culture

Although theory is improving with the development of human science, the newly developed theories still have some problems in solving the practice troubles. In the past, because of the undeveloped system in human science, we cannot find as many methods as now to recruit and select in HRM. Nevertheless, atRead More


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