• Couverture THE EFFECTS OF THE SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ON THE ORGANIZATIONS IN KOREA
  • 4eme THE EFFECTS OF THE SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ON THE ORGANIZATIONS IN KOREA

THE EFFECTS OF THE SOCIO-CULTURAL FACTORS ON THE ORGANIZATIONS IN KOREA

Son-Ung Kim Professeur au sein du Département de Sociologie Hanyang University, Séoul

La compétence culturelle
Date de publication : mars 2008
Version numérique* :
3 €
* Nos versions numériques sont compatibles avec l'ensemble des liseuses et lecteurs du marché.

1. Introduction
An organization may conveniently be defined as a rationally arranged human
group with designated job assignments to its members in a specialized
division of labor to achieve specific goals. Bureaucracy may represent a
typical type of organization. Weber's ideal types of characteristics of
bureaucracy include (i) specialized division of labor with specific job
assignment, (ii) hierarchical authority with a strict chain of command, (iii)
recruitment and promotion based on technical qualification and ability
achievement, (iv) record keepings with operational procedures based on
written rules and regulations, etc. Bureaucracy is considered to be one of
the most efficient devices to achieve specific goals with collective efforts
under the assumption that members of organization behave rationally.
Though each organization is somewhat diversified in its actual
characteristics, the majority of organizations share with the ideal type
characteristics of bureaucracy. However, each members of as organization
does not always rationally behave because of various factors such as
emotional factors and customary behaviors. Besides, organizational
behaviors are directly and indirectly influenced by the socio-cultural factors.
Thus, the organizational culture and job performance

     
  • ISBN : 978-2-296-05201-7 • mars 2008 • 22 pages
  • Télécharger les fichiers de couverture : rectoverso