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Title: Organizational Culture in Focus of Measurements
Authors: Karpova, Anna Yurievna
Ardashkin, Igor Borisovich
Kabanova, Natalia Nikolaevna
Keywords: организационная культура; практическая социология; социологические исследования; университеты; развитие; экономические условия; нормы; правила
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Elsevier
Citation: Karpova, Anna Yurievna. Organizational Culture in Focus of Measurements [Electronic resource] / A. Yu. Karpova, I. B. Ardashkin, N. N. Kabanova // Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences . — 2015 . — Vol. 166 : Proceedings of The International Conference on Research Paradigms Transformation in Social Sciences 2014 (RPTSS-2014), 16–18 October 2014, Tomsk, Russia . — [P. 246-253] .
Abstract: In practical sociology the extensive experience of measuring organizational culture is obtained. But, up to now it remains unclear which method of research: either quantitative or qualitative is the most established, valid and reliable regarding an assessment of organizational culture. The authors represent the results of the pilot sociological research conducted on the basis of Cameron and Quinn's method in one of the Russian universities. The problem situation is connected with changing legal, economic conditions, norms and rules in the activity of universities under present reforms of higher education in Russia. Using the example of a researched unit of the university the authors make a hypothesis that such definition as organizational culture will allow to receive a strategic tool by means of which it will be possible to focus organization activity in total and each employee in particular on mobilizing, displaying initiative, searching resources and overcoming problems of adaptation to new conditions of development.
URI: http://earchive.tpu.ru/handle/11683/35395
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