Organizational Culture and Change Business Plan by Master Researcher

Organizational Culture and Change
A discussion of culture and change within MRI Freestanding Imagining Center.
# 87057 | 1,575 words | 6 sources | 2005 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2005 in Business (Management) , Business (Business Plans)

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This paper discusses organizational culture and change. It discusses Handy's concept of of culture - "task culture" in that the individuals that are employed within the organization must be qualified and that the people placed in positions, must be capable of functioning within the organization. These concept of culture are discussed, specifically in relation to MRI Freestanding Imagining Center.

From the Paper:

"Organizational Culture and Change Culture and Climate: The MRI Freestanding Imaging Center is an entity of Middletown Medical Imaging, and it has been the organizational goal to provide a competitive service in the area that will promote customer satisfaction and return clientele of both patients and physicians. While this culture developed through the type of work that is achieved, its existence correlates with a variety of theories related to organizational management. First, within Handy's concept of culture, the MRI Freestanding Imagining Center is linked with the "task culture" in that the individuals that are employed within the organization must be qualified, (or "the right people") in order to perform the tasks that are required on a daily basis (**, 269). Additionally, these individuals are placed in a position that immediately requires them to be capable of functioning within the organization."

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