Organizational culture. Diagnostic in two mexican Technological Universities. Case Study
Sánchez Trujillo, Magda Gabriela
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This study established as main research objectives: To validate the Competing Values Framework (CVF) at two universities and set the preferred dominant organizational culture in both institutions. In these universities had not implemented the CVF Cameron & Quinn model. Assuming the two organizations presented mixture of values quadrants but market culture will dominate. The CVF was useful for its extensive evidence, we applied the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) remain valid and reliable. It turned predominant current market in both institutions, as preferred in the recent clan and adhocracy in the former one. We explored the reliability of OCAI finding a moderate Cronbach´s alpha and not when exploring the quadrants. By knowing the diagnosis line manager´s skills providing the ability to change become effective, productive and competitive organizations.