Understanding And Implementing A Positive Organizational Culture

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Understanding and implementing a positive organizational culture along with a powerful ethical system is crucial for any company wanting to make a difference in this corporate world. An organizational culture is a group of people who share a set of beliefs and values that distinguish between right and wrong behaviors. (Carpenter, Bauer, & Erdogan, 2010, pg. 206) Ethical behavior is equally as important as it defines the moral compass and the “rules of conduct” within an organization. (Bart, 2011, pg. 4) The combination of a strong organizational culture and the ethics that fuel it is essential within the Electronic Office.
The ethics and convictions of the Electronic Office begins with the owner and CEO of the company. (Carpenter et al., 2010, pg. 214) He wanted to make a difference by using his knowledge and talent in the information technology world to help companies and organizations with their computer and network needs. He is a man of strong convictions and when he started this company, he and his wife wanted it to have those same ideals. Although, the company is not a religious-based company, people who work there have a belief that being courteous, knowledgeable, reliable, and dependable is the backbone of what they want to portray to their clients.
The Electronic Office has a set of ethical “rules” that are all based upon integrity. Clients need to trust the people providing computer and network services to their organizations. The biggest client of the…

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