Creating a Culture of Excellence in Technical Institution
Keywords:culture, organizational culture
Institutional culture is a multidimensional; it is built upon the human interactions and the institute artefacts that result from such interactions. In other words, it is the behavioural norms of an organization based on the assumptions, values, beliefs, attitudes, and priorities of its leaders and members. Very few institutions intentionally and thoughtfully create or design their culture. Else, the values of top management or the founders of the organization influence it. Many times the culture typically evolves from the tactical needs of delivering the products and services the organization provides. t his paper introduces the readers valuing about organizational culture. t he main aim of creating a culture of excellence is purposefully and actively build capability for new ways of institutional working. It looks at the frontier, how we can reform the existing institutional culture and the specific challenges in the context of education sector.
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