Federico de Andreis – Università degli Studi Giustino Fortunato, Via R. Delcogliano 12, Benevento, Italy
Federico Leopardi – Università degli Studi Giustino Fortunato, Via R. Delcogliano 12, Benevento, Italy
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This thematic review discusses how Organizational Culture can develop and improve Human
Resource Management strategies, procedures and tools to support and motivate new staff to meet
organization, management and stakeholder expectations in a changing and competitive environment.
Organizations are made by people; their value is created by the staff. Strategies involving human resources
should have not only a supportive function, but definitely a central one. Organizational culture
represents a phenomenon that manifests itself in the fundamental assumptions that guide an organization.
It finds fulfilment in the behaviours, values and relationships that characterize the organization
itself, both internally and with the external environment. In the modern organization culture represents
a topical issue; it is considered an essential ingredient for the success of companies and organizations.
It was in the 1980s that definitions of this concept, one of the most complex and articulated in organizational
theory, were proposed as a coherent set of fundamental assumptions that a certain group has
invented, discovered, or developed within an organization.
This research aims to demonstrate how culture could influence the members of organization and, in the
same way, that the latter influences culture. Particular attention will therefore be paid to the success
of organizations that is also based on this fundamental cultural assumption. Organizational culture,
in fact, has to be considered as a real phenomenon, cannot be taken out of context, but must always be
related to the internal environment of the organization. The new human resources are in fact involved
in the cultural process of the organization, which, even if not desired, develops anyway. For this reason,
attention to new resources must include a continuous approach to organizational culture and the
promotion and support of the one which is best suited to organizational objectives.
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