The role of founder in creating organizational culture

  title={The role of founder in creating organizational culture},
  author={Edgar Henry. Schein},
Explores what organizational culture is, how founders create and embed cultural elements into their firms, why first-generation companies develop distinctive cultures, and the implications present when making the transition from founders or owning families to professional managers. Organizational culture is defined as the pattern of basic assumptions that a given group has invented, discovered, or developed in learning to cope with its external adaptation and internal integration problems. In… Expand

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