A total of 14 companies of varying size were contacted and 75 managers selected by the human resources department were interviewed to obtain data about both reward systems and the organization's culture. Variables including salaries, promotions, andrecruitment, were investigated. Results were grouped into two types of culture, the clan culture and the market culture. Both are characterized with respect to organizational environment and values.
corporate culture, types, values, norms, acculturation
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Kerr, Jeffrey and Slocum, Jr., John W., "Linking Reward Systems and Organizational Cultures" (1985). Historical Working Papers. 121.