Organizational Culture in a Manufacturing Firm Article Review by ResearchRiter
Organizational Culture in a Manufacturing Firm
A review of the article, "Working Together, Working Apart: Management Culture in a Manufacturing Firm," by Parker.
# 121960 | 4,250 words | 34 sources | APA | 2008 |
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Business (Management) , Philosophy (General)
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This paper reviews an article, "Working Together, Working Apart: Management Culture in a Manufacturing Firm," that was a case study of the organizational culture of a manufacturing company. The paper discusses the usefulness of the concept of culture as it applied to organizations, as well as the author's methodology and perspective.
From the Paper:"This report provides an analysis of an article by Parker which explores management culture in a manufacturing firm in order to identify the nature of the firm's culture, its unitary or fragmented form, and the degree to which culture represents what an organization is, rather than what it does or possesses. Philosophical perspectives, including epistemology and ontology as conceptualized within social scientific research, were analyzed, differentiated and then applied to an analysis of Parker's study. The analysis reveals that Parker positioned his case study within the ontological and..."
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Organizational Culture in a Manufacturing Firm (2008, December 01) Retrieved March 26, 2023, from https://www.academon.com/article-review/organizational-culture-in-a-manufacturing-firm-121960/
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