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Posted by Pat | Posted in News | Posted on 22-11-2018

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Basic elements that make up the organizational culture standards: standards are defined as actions that guide they should follow the members of the Organization to meet the strategic objectives of the organization. In this sense, is considered that standards are policies that guide and guide the organization in its behavior and that of their staff. Robbins (1996), says that standards are acceptable standards of behavior within a group that are shared by members of the same. Explains the author that formalized standards are incorporated into the Organization manuals, which detailed rules and procedures that members of the Organization must comply fully. A working group standards are like fingerprints: each one is unique (p.

23). Aspirations and more generalized ideologies. In particular Robbins poses that you between the elements to be considered in the study of the social values are: the same object that is a value, the capacity that aims to meet social needs, the appreciation that people object and its ability to give satisfaction. Structure the structure constitutes another element of importance within the organizational culture, and on the basis of how the command relationships are formed, better planning of communications may carry out in the same. The structure is created in organizations to facilitate the coordination of activities and control of the actions of his staff. Thus, the organizational structure is the way in which the tasks in jobs are divided, grouped and coordinated formally. The structure constitutes a support for the direction of the Organization, in virtue of which is created to perform the functions, activities and to fulfil the duties and responsibilities of the social components of the organization. In the same way, is defined as a program that shows how people, jobs in an organization are grouped and is illustrated by means of an organization chart. Structural attributes in organizations include the degree of formalization of the rules of procedures, the degree in which the leaders of the Organization delegate Authority members, the number of subordinates so they are responsible for the directors (areas of control), the member corresponding to the chain of command, the levels of the hierarchy in the Organization, the designation of specialized in organizing subunits and the formal description of positions and responsibilities in the Organization, (Kreps, 1995).