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Disorganizing Organizational Culture: Comment on the Individual and Family Factors

El Fasiki, Hamza (2013): Disorganizing Organizational Culture: Comment on the Individual and Family Factors. Published in: AV Akademikerverlag (5 May 2013): pp. 122-138.

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Abstract

Defining culture in relation to organizational culture has also focused on the operation level of culture. This latter as discussed by Maurice Thévenet (1993) concludes that culture is a collective phenomenon that concerns an enterprise as a human organization. By this collective point of assemblage, and in this measure, I intend to present the framework whereby entrepreneurial activities in collectivist cultures are constructed via two non-identical cultures: individual culture and family culture. I am concerned with questions like: What is the divergent line between the cultural beings and the organizational culture? How do individual and family cultures disorganize the organizational culture? What is their addition?

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