The Importance of Culture Understanding in Organization

Organizational Culture and Individual’s Performance 

This is the way employees perform in an organization, in a way that expresses the organization’s philosophy and values, to the extent that this performance style becomes habitual and the only performance standard.
Many other scholars believe that the performance culture and beliefs are always shared systematically, and soon will become strong motives to the employees and determine every aspect of their daily routine. Accordingly, organizations tend to create, innovate, and develop an outstanding culture of performance to act as guidelines and limitations at the same time, so that they ensure the performance quality.
Many wise and discerning government institutions – especially in the Middle East – have created training programs to develop an outstanding performance culture, to become the only work style that their employees know.
For instance, the UAE Ministry of Interior has assigned the CBP Diploma of Outstanding Customer Service – accredited by IBTA – to all its employees, in a serious attempt to escalate the customer service approach to become the first 7- star governmental customer service in the region.

Discipline at Work :

Discipline at work is defined as the process and structures that governs the relationships and communication when dealing with difficulties, conflict and misunderstanding–related issues between employees, or the employer and employees. These processes are formed to ensure equality, fairness and other treatment policies between the employee–employee relationship on one side, and employer–employee relationship from another perspective.
It is an important factor to the organization’s legal and legislation practices that guarantees proper adherence and a healthy work environment. Discipline at work ensures the following issues:
  •  Employees will always be aware of the terms and conditions of standard performance.
  • The identification of professional training needs as well as other requirements for additional support and its proper actions, which precede every mission.
  • The agreement on suitable business objectives, timeframe and the expected employee performance are frequently provided.
  • It addresses clear processes towards conflict, competition and other employees’ relationships.

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