Organizational culture of management: main tasks, structural components, values and functions

  • Цзінь Лань


Abstract. In modern conditions of society development, due to the strengthening of integration and globalization processes, there is a real need for the development of organizational culture in the management of various structures, including educational institutions.

Today, a large number of researchers dedicate their works to various aspects of organizational and corporate culture. Most of them do not distinguish the concepts of organizational and corporate culture, combining them into a synonymous phenomenon, which is an extremely important tool in the management of any structure.

The article considers the issue of organizational culture, the presence of which is the key to effective management in any institution.

The existing interpretations are analyzed and the understanding of the essence of the concept of "organizational culture" is generalized.

The main tasks of organizational culture are clarified: external adaptation and internal integrity.

In the course of the analysis of the scientific literature the structural components of organizational culture are singled out: ideological component, normative-procedural component, semantic component and image component.

It is noted that the existing values of organizational culture can be grouped into four types: core values, target values, innovation values and secondary values.

According to the analysis of literature sources, it is noted that organizational culture performs a number of functions, including: management, planning, adaptive, implementation, modeling, design, integration, personnel, development, coordination, motivation, moral and value, innovation.

Key words: Organizational culture, management, tasks, structural components, values, functions.

How to Cite
Лань, Ц. (2021). Organizational culture of management: main tasks, structural components, values and functions. Adaptive Management: Theory and Practice. Series Pedagogics, 12(23). Retrieved from
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