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Organizational Leadership

Organizational Culture and *****

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***** objective of this work is to research organizational culture and leadership ***** the impact for consulting firms in relation ***** focus outsourcing, global work-sharing and global competition.

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Cultural elements exist that actually threaten the very survival of a group. These ***** require adaptation into the culture and it is ***** leader of the group that is looked to by ***** group for creation, development or that has the power of vision to discover that solution. The role of ********** within cultural settings must give consideration to not only external elements ***** conditions but to the internal forming of relationships that negotiate well with the *****'s well-being in focus.

***** to Schein (2000) "Culture is a phenomenon that surrounds us all." This is clearly seen in the neighborhoods, communities, churches and civic organizations within the community as well as the sub-culture ***** exists from one racial and ethnic group to another within the *****. Culture is deeply embedded within the framework of society and it is indeed culture that gives definition ***** ***** leadership within that *****. Culture is easily defined as the morals ***** c*****toms within a group *****nd in order to understand the culture the observation ***** the language, behavior, customs and traditions is vital. Also crucial for *****ing ***** observation of ***** groups values and principles in liv*****g and the interaction of the members of the group. Culture is defined by ***** (2000) ***** being "A pattern ***** share basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved its problems of ***** ***** and internal integration, that has worked well enough to be considered valid and, therefore, to be taught to new members as the correct way you perceive, think, and feel in relation to those problems." Evolution takes place with***** a group through finding *****s, hypothes***** ***** proven ***** be reality ***** in learning something new which critically needs repeat *****y.

*****: Schein (2000)

Stated ***** Schein (*****) is one very critical point: "A ***** mismatch in an acquisition or merger is as great a r*****k as a fin*****cial, product, ***** ma*****et mismatch." Differentiation exists among ***** in the conceptual dimension as related to time, boundaries, morality and even that which is the agreed upon reality. For instance what is accepted in ***** ***** as ***** ***** considered ***** ***** fantastic or phenomenal in other groups. The autonomous nature ***** human beings strives toward the evolution of change ***** that is even true in the realm of ***** even as in methodological *****s. Seni***** leadership feels that younger and fresher ideas of management and methods are both abrasive elements while perpetual change drives the organization and the group in an inherent m*****ner. Schein (2000)

External Elements Propelling Change

External elements also propel change within the cultural *****ing. For instance in the familial grouping the marriage ***** a family member means ***** integration of an 'outsider' into the group. In the institutional or ***** setting the hiring, firing, and

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