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    Analyze the impact of corporate culture and different organizational structures on a manager's role as a decision maker and leader. Create and describe an overall best-case scenario.

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    As noted in Robbins, Culture performs a number of functions within an organization. Boundary-defining role creates distinctions between one organization and other. Culture conveys a sense of identity for organization members. Culture enhances the stability of the social system. Finally, culture servers as a sense-making and control mechanism that guides and shapes the attitudes and behavior of employees.

    Organizational culture is a composite of the values, beliefs and norms expressed in an organization's actual practices and behaviors. Employees have a belief in what the organization can and should do to meet its goals and serve its stakeholders, and their actions demonstrate that belief ...

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    This solution outlines and analyzes the impact that an organization's corporate culture and its different structures has no a manager's role as a decision maker and leader. The solution provides several examples to clearly illustrate the issue.