These stories anchor the present in the past and explain and legitimate current practices. Rituals: Repetitive sequences of activities that express and reinforce the key values of the organization, which goals are most important, which people are important, and which are expendable. Material Symbols: What conveys to employees who are important, the degree of egalitarianism top management desires, and kinds of behavior that are appropriate. Language: Unique terms describe equipment, officers, key individuals, suppliers, customers, or products that related to the business. . Which culture– Google’s or P&G –do you think would fit you best? Why? I personally feel organizational culture of Google will fit best for me as it has laid-back, free-flowing culture. Free-flowing culture allows me to socialize me well with organization. Organizational Culture of P&G is notoriously controlled, disciplined, scalable, and rigid. Organizational Culture of Google’s is just as famous for its laid-back, free-flowing culture.
Both are different organizations with different culture with fits for they business style. 4. Would you enjoy an employee swap with a company with a very different culture? Why or why not? I would enjoy an employee swap with a company with a very different culture. By exposing both companies’ employees to a culture that emphasizes innovation, but in a wholly different way, each company can push their own innovations even further. Both companies can learn how to utilize other company and improve their