Introduction Ask most people what the term “culture” means to them and the reply frequently displays a notion of shared characteristics (such as language, religion, heritage) and values that distinguish one group of people from another. In organizational settings, culture can be defined as the set of norms, values, guiding beliefs, ways of thinking, and practices shared by members of an organization (Schein, 1990).
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