Mapping Organization Culture with Complex Multi-Level Models

Dimitrov, K., (2013) “Mapping Organization Culture with Complex Multi-Level Models”, “Vanguard Scientific Instruments in Management” Journal (VSIM), Volume 1 (6), pp 309-338, ISSN 1314-0582

Posted: 6 Aug 2018

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Kiril Dimitrov

University of National and World Economy

Date Written: July 17, 2013

Abstract

The current article reviews complex multi-level frameworks as a modern and complicated technique of describing target organizational cultures. The essence, reasons of development, advantages and disadvantages and comparisons of/among the items in a set of ten frameworks, containing at least four organization culture levels, are revealed here. A system of classifying these elaborated frameworks is proposed and substantiated, too. The issues, concerning teaching of such models at economic universities in the presence of different types of audiences, are discussed and some appropriate solutions are also suggested.

Keywords: organization culture, cultural levels, firm culture, corporate culture, multi-level cultural models

JEL Classification: M14, Z10

Suggested Citation

Dimitrov, Kiril, Mapping Organization Culture with Complex Multi-Level Models (July 17, 2013). Dimitrov, K., (2013) “Mapping Organization Culture with Complex Multi-Level Models”, “Vanguard Scientific Instruments in Management” Journal (VSIM), Volume 1 (6), pp 309-338, ISSN 1314-0582. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3215191

Kiril Dimitrov (Contact Author)

University of National and World Economy ( email )

Studentsky Grad
Sofia, 1700
Bulgaria

HOME PAGE: http://www.unwe.bg

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