Leadership and Management | Part 4 of 4:The Iceberg of Organizational Culture
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Similar to an iceberg, the depth of an organization's culture is much more than is revealed on the surface.
When we think of organizational culture, we often think about an office setting that includes rows of desks and chairs in cubicles. However, the culture of an organization extends beyond the reaches of what we see, and includes the environment, the way people say things, and even the artifacts, symbols and gear that individuals wear that represent the organization, its values and what they stand for.
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