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Please help me to make an argument, based on the research, showing whether you believe organizational cultures can change and why. In addition please include a definition of organizational culture relative to its common characteristics, the factors that create/maintain culture.

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Organizational cultures can change because of several reasons. Organizational culture is the behavior of persons in a firm and the meaning people attach to those behaviors. Common characteristics of organizational culture are that the culture creates expectations. Past experiences, philosophy and values are the factors that create and maintain a culture. The factors that create/maintain the culture include the shared attitudes, beliefs, customs, and rules. Characteristics of ...

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