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Every human being has certain personality traits which help them stand apart from the crowd. No two individuals behave in a similar way. In the same way organizations have certain values, policies, rules and guidelines which help them create an image of their own. Organization culture refers to the beliefs and principles of a particular organization. The culture followed by the organization has a deep impact on the employees and their relationship amongst themselves. Every organization has a unique culture making it different from the other and giving it a sense of direction. It is essential for the employees to understand the culture of their workplace to adjust well.

Achieving and maintaining quality of product and customer satisfaction are two most important factors of successful organization. To achieve these twin objectives, an organization has to marshal various resources, plan its use over a period of time and produce a product or service, which meets the consumer needs, desire and aspirations. For an entrepreneur, the most important and difficult task is to manage human resource. The task becomes more pronounced if the employees are from different geographical area shaving different culture. In such situations, manager should evolve a technique where a strong organizational culture is established. Culture is invisible power of any organization. when thinking and actions of employees are institutionalized, an organizational culture is deemed to have taken birth. It guides the employees Organizational culture is not inborn.

Organization culture help develop professionalism among its employees. Value system is the corner stone of the organization culture. It promotes standardization in various systems and sub-systems, which reduce role conflict to a great extent. Once the culture is developed, it virtually becomes a people’s organization from a functional point of view that promotes risk-taking among managerial cadre and generates novel ideas.

Keywords: Traits, Value system, Professionalism, novel ideas.



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