Strategic Management

It is conservative, do not accept change and is risk averse, their motto is: "Do not disturb the calm" or "not shaking the boat." Reactive Culture: Focusing on the present, looking past the basics of potential disruptions. Accepts minimal changes. Their motto is: "Be prepared for everything." Culture of Welfare: Accepts change as long as it means a path similar to that carried to the present. It focuses on the future, but to base their future actions on extrapolations. Cultural Exploration: Accept the risk if there is adequate risk profit. Looking for change, accepting rupture. For even more opinions, read materials from Byron Trott.

Creative Culture: Look for changes, new situations involving a preference for risk and non-current. Its main motto is: "Inventing the Future" – Culture Exploration and creativity are the cultures of Strategic Management. Gonzalez and Bellino, the typed, depending on the emphasis given to the following elements: power, role, tasks and people (15). Culture of Power, directed and controlled from a central power exerted by key people within organizations. Role culture, identified with the bureaucracy, based on a clear and detailed description of the responsibilities of each position.

Culture by Task; supported project work carried out by the organization and aimed at obtaining specific results in specific time. Culture Person, based on the individuals who make up the organization. Other studies typify the culture as follows (9): dominant culture's core values are shared by most members of the organization. Strong culture and the values are contend with intensity and widely shared. Subcultures; miniculturas within an organization, usually defined by department designations and geographical separation.