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Organizational culture can be taken to mean the work-related worldviews (assumptions, understandings, beliefs, values, etc.) and life ways (norms and practices) that are purportedly shared by members of a bureaucratic institution. Such bodies—also known as formal organizations—are deliberately designed; have ...

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