Temat: Organizational Culture
"In an environment where the culture is strong, people may tend to go along to get along creating a phenomenon known as 'groupthink.' Groupthink was described by Irving Janis as 'a quick and easy way to refer to a mode of thinking that people engage when they are deeply involved in a cohesive in group, when members' striving for unanimity override their motivation to realistically appraise alternatives of action.'
What this means is that people will often go along even if they disagree with the issue. This environment can lead to a reduction in innovative thinking. Edgar Schein defines culture as 'the residue of success' within an organization. Schein believes culture is the most difficult organizational attribute to change. It can outlast the company’s products or services, people, and all other physical attributes of the organization. Schein’s model describes three cognitive levels of organizational culture.
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