Much of what goes on inside an organization that has existed for some time can best be understood as a set of interactions of subcultures operating within the larger context of the organizational culture. These subcultures share many of the assumptions of the total organization but also hold assumptions beyond those of the total organization, usually reflecting their functional tasks, the occupations of their members, or their unique experiences
- 4. MACROCULTURES, SUBCULTURES, AND MICROCULTURES
- from Organizational Culture and Leadership, Fourth Edition
- Publisher: Jossey-Bass
- Released: August 2010
first paragraph. explaining subculture.
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