Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Identifies the characteristics needed in implementing a shared
ethical culture and explains how this will help the scenario organization.
2. Chooses a common ethical climate indicated by the scenario, the
reading, and activities and explains his/her reasoning.
3. Explains how the ethical climate chosen will be affected by the global
context (Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions), explaining some global implications.

Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

4. Analyzes the current organizational structure and culture (using the
competing values framework).
Provides an outline of a proposed organization culture for the scenario
organization.
5. Specifies the key questions the executives need to answer in order
to create the most effective and suitable organizational structure and
culture.

Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

Provides a process for implementing a new organization culture
pertinent to the provided scenario.

Read the scenario and address the checklist items.

Scenario:
ROBoInc. is a robotics software company with 100 employees located in Bismarck, North Dakota in the United States. Up until now, the culture is fairly strongly established as a hard working culture that operates as departmental “families”. The company has had an informal code of ethics that is not uniform since every department has handled ethical conduct issues in its own manner. As a result, there have been increasing incidents of personnel doing consulting work for other companies outside of work hours. The CEO is concerned as their robotics software could be compromised.
Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
Lately, as the company’s software is increasingly sought by robot producing companies around the globe, the CEO realizes it is time to reimagine a more formalized, diverse, and global type company, while adhering to an ethical code of conduct with uniform responses to infringement.
Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions

The CEO knows they will need to hire at least another 20 salespersons and additional software developers soon to address this increasing global demand. The CEO wants to restructure the company while keeping company costs down as much as possible.

Help ROBoInc. address the problems by completing the checklist items based on the company’s current organizational structure provided below the checklist.

Address the following checklist items in your Assessment submission:

Checklist:
1) Identify the characteristics needed in implementing a shared ethical culture and explain how this will help the organization.
Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
2) Choose a common ethical culture indicated by the scenario, the reading, and activities, and explain your reasoning.

3) Explain how the ethical culture you choose will be affected by the global context (see Hofstede’s cultural dimensions). What are some of the global implications?

4) Analyze the current organizational structure and culture (using the Competing Values Framework).
Hofstede’s Cultural Dimensions
5) Specify the key questions the executives need to answer in order to create the most effective and suitable organizational structure and culture.

6) Explain the importance of ethical leadership involved in implementing a new organization structure and suggest a possible new structure based on the organizational structures you find on the Internet, in the Readings or Learning Activities.

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