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Military organizational culture and HR management

Analyze what value the military organizational culture represents and how management and human resources currently address the issues.

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By itself, culture is a way of life that is formed by our beliefs, values and ideologies. Therefore, organizational culture is how an organization is defined by its member's beliefs and values. Each company is as different as its people are. This difference, or diversity, gives the organization a wide flavor of cultures, ethnicities and ideas. The military is typically the most diverse organization in any country. No other organization is comprised of such a diverse base where all parts of a nation are represented and on such an even playing field. In the military people are not limited by their religion, race, or gender - but by their own ...

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By itself, culture is a way of life that is formed by our beliefs, values and ideologies. Therefore, organizational culture is how an organization is defined by its member's beliefs and values. Each company is as different as its people are. This difference, or diversity .... Military leaders are trained to make the best use of resources available to them. Managing "beans and bullets" has been taught since the military concept was developed. The changing culture in the military has added another facet to that: people. The modern military is now treating people as an asset instead of a component and that has helped leaders in and out of uniform.

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