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    Imbalances in the representation of various identity groups in the most powerful organizations tend to create career obstacles for members of minority groups. This can also increase inter-group conflict related biocultural identities of members. I would like someone's view on the issue.

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    Key terms: identity group; organizational culture; communication

    A successful organization is defined by a strong organizational culture which causes people to socialize, work together and behave in similar ways in their working space and during their working time. However, I would agree with Schein ("Organizational Culture and Leadership", Jossey-Bass Publishers, San Francisco, 1997) in saying that very large organizations such as IBM or General Motors record substantial ...

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    The solution discusses how majority and minority culture groups, in a large organization, affect the operations of the organization. The text contains 268 words.