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Cultura Organizacional by Mind Map: Cultura Organizacional

1. THE STRUCTURE OF CULTURE

1.1. The Three Levels of Culture

1.1.1. Artifacts : Visible and feelable structures and processes, observed behavior

1.1.1.1. Climate of the group

1.1.1.2. Observed behavior

1.1.1.3. Routines

1.1.1.4. Rituals

1.1.1.5. Organizational processes

1.1.2. Espoused Beliefs and Values: Ideals, goals, values, aspirations, ideologies and rationalizations

1.1.2.1. Social validation

1.1.2.2. Espoused beliefs

1.1.2.3. Moral rules

1.1.2.4. Ethical rules

1.1.3. Basic Underlying Assumptions: unconscious, taken-for-granted beliefs and values

1.1.3.1. Taken for granted

1.1.3.2. Social Unit

1.2. The Individual from a Cultural Perspective

1.2.1. Espoused beliefs and values, that may or may not be consistent with our behavior

1.2.2. Deeper-level assumptions, about why we do what we do

1.3. The Group or Micro System from a Cultural Perspective

1.3.1. Degree of the shared history or learning together

1.3.1.1. Will not have culture, if change of membership and has not had lo learn to do anything together

2. HOW TO DEFINE CULTURE IN GENERAL

2.1. Solutions That Have Worked Well Enough to Be Considered Valid

2.2. Elements: looking at it in macro cultures, large organizations to micro or subcultures.

2.2.1. Observed behavioral regularities when people interact

2.2.2. Climate

2.2.3. Formal rituals and celebrations

2.2.4. Espoused values

2.2.5. Formal philosophy

2.2.6. Group norms

2.2.7. Rules of the game

2.2.8. Identity and images of self

2.2.9. Embedded skills

2.2.10. Habits of thinking, mental models, or linguistic paradigms

2.2.11. Habits of thinking, mental models, or linguistic paradigms

2.2.12. “Root metaphors” or integrating symbols

2.3. Dynamic definition

2.3.1. Accumulated Shared Learning

2.3.2. Basic Taken-for-Granted Assumptions—The Cultural DNA

2.3.3. Solving Problems of External Adaptation and Internal Integration

2.3.4. Perception, Thought, Feeling, and Behavior

2.3.5. What You Imply When You Use the Word Culture

2.3.5.1. Structural Stability

2.3.5.2. Depth

2.3.5.3. Breadth

2.3.5.4. Patterning or Integration: cultural dynamics can become very complicated, as:

2.3.5.4.1. Taught to New Members: The Process of Socialization or Acculturation. Understand the perceptions and feelings that arise in critical situations

2.3.5.4.2. Can Culture Be Inferred from Behavior Alone? it is always determined both by the cultural predisposition and by the situational contingencies that arise from the immediate external environment.

2.3.5.4.3. Do Occupations Have Cultures? We know that nations, ethnic groups, religions, and other kinds of social units have cultures, called these macro cultures.

2.3.5.4.4. Where Does Leadership Come In? the learning of something new or stopping something inappropriate will be mediated by leadership behavior.