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A study on diagnosing the organization culture level by Kilmann-Saxton Culture Gap Survey: Focused on the Korea Forest Research Institute

  • Korean Society and Public Administration
  • Abbr : KSPA
  • 2011, 22(3), pp.183-207
  • Publisher : Seoul Association For Public Administration
  • Research Area : Social Science > Public Administration

Ju, Hyo-Jin 1 Cho, Joo-Yeon 1

1꽃동네대학교

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ABSTRACT

The purpose of this study is to diagnose the organizational culture level at the Korea Forest Research Institute and to suggest changes in management strategy, by using the Kilmann-Saxton Culture Gap Survey. The result of the analysis is as follows; the classification (task support, task innovation, social relation, personal freedom) of all dimensions of the Kilmann-Saxton survey have a plus(+) gap. In the research part and job classification, the task innovation culture gap is near the boundary line, while the personal freedom dimension has the lowest gap. So aside from the classification by research part and job classification there should be a plan to increase personal freedom. Therefore strategies for changing the organizational culture require a practical and concrete plan, which is connected to rewards. Furthermore, in order to increase attachment to the organization, and create a sense of belonging, all of the managerial level staff need to display active participation, and show that the leaders are making efforts to increase fellowship.

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