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The role of Organizational Culture in Human Resources Development
The role of Organizational Culture in Human Resources Development

Author(s): Cătălin PÎRVU
Subject(s): Sociology
Published by: EDITURA ASE
Keywords: Personal Development; Organizational Culture; Leadership Styles; Human Resources
Summary/Abstract: Modern psychology has gone way beyond the classical problem – cure paradigm, and the new field of Positive Psychology is emerging as a tool managers are not only encouraged, but literally forced to use to keep their competitive advantages. Leadership experts are learning the specific strengths and weaknesses of particular psychological types. Depending on the intelligence used, leadership can vary widely, from Authoritarian, Oportunistic, Transformational or bottom-line focused Pragmatism. Personal Development has become a necessity, as each individual needs to hone and develop his latent talents to play his part in a team properly. The Organizational Culture then becomes apparent as the DNA of a company, and it can be the cause for great successes or monumental failures of the enterprise. A humane and engaging culture not only produces better bottom lines and more long-term profits, but also something money cannot and will not ever be able to buy: loyal, happy and enthusiastic employees and customers. Success in the workplace requiers a continual development of the Human Resources potential by engaging spiritual growth and personal development as cornerstones of the Organizational Culture. People operate with symbols and he who is the master of symbols and archetypes has the most power to shape reality and produce better results. But in all, we must remember that it begins with one thing: the Mission, the Vision and the Values.

  • Page Range: 64-74
  • Page Count: 11
  • Publication Year: 2015
  • Language: English