Analysis on the relevance of company culture values at worker level inside business organisations
Mitrina, Daria (2021)
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This paper takes at face value various accounts of culture and climate from the business and public sector, and parses them through a critical lens, highlighting the feats, as well as the blind spots of studies pertaining to company culture and climate. The analysis is put forward in relation with validated business models that are available within the modern day neoliberal economical climate across different parts of the world. In doing so, the paper follows the development of capital production in current times, as well as throughout the recent history of the last two centuries. The paper goes to highlight that, due to a misalignment between the personal involvement, material conditions and hierarchical positioning between line employees and top management inside the current framework of production, top-down culture alterations in large private organisations are effective, at most, only as much as subsequent data analysis is able to show, while mapping the degree to which workplace values are embedded within an individual worker’s mindset turns out to be an unrealistic task.