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EDL 515 Week 2 Learning Team Cultural
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Conduct a cultural analysis of a specific organization by using observable artifacts
as indicators of underlying assumptions.
Discuss various categories of organizations (e.g., fast food restaurants, churches,
public libraries, specialty retail stores, etc.).
Select one location within an organizational category (e.g., McDonald’s is a location
within the fast food category) for purposes of conducting an organizational analysis.
Visit the selected location to gather data and artifacts (e.g., brochures, digital
photographs, menus, etc.) to be used for an organizational analysis.
Cite your sources consistent with APA guidelines.
Gather data on the following:
· Physical environment
· Interpersonal relationships among employees
· Interpersonal relationships between employees and customers
· Rituals of the organization
· Dress codes
· Observable organizational values and/or beliefs
Conduct interviews with employees of the respective location. The purpose of the
interview is to learn more about the organization’s culture.
Ask interview questions that address the items above (e.g., “How would you
characterize the relationships among employees?” “How would you characterize the
relationships between employees and customers?” “What are the rituals of your
organization?”) in addition to other questions that serve to gather information
about the organization’s culture.
Prepare a 10- to 15-minute multimedia presentation that synthesizes the
commonalities of each team member’s findings.
Include an analysis of the underlying assumptions discovered.