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4 Culture Types

Organizational culture is an unwritten system of values and norms that determines interactions, behaviors, decision making and processes within the organizations.

Our contribution to the management theory and practice is the typology of “4 Culture Types”. Those are:


4 Leadership Types

Leadership is a process of leader’s influence on followers in which the latter voluntarily accept stimulus from their former. So, the key elements of leadership are: 1) the process, 2) the stimulus from the leaders and the 3) voluntarily acceptance of those stimuli by the followers.

“Leadership is a process of leader’s influence on followers in which the latter voluntarily accept stimulus from their former. So, the key elements of leadership are: 1) the process, 2) the stimulus from the leaders and the 3) voluntarily acceptance of those stimuli by the followers.”

Conservative autocracy as being “Steve Jobs like Leadership style” and Entrepreneurial Democracy as being “Jack Welch Like” leadership style.

Steve Jobs was definitely one of the entrepreneurs and business leaders that have put a “dent on the universe” But he was also considered a cold hearted and assertive type of leader. Some authors consider himself to have been “abrasive in nature” and “narcissist” Jack Welch, on the other hand, being one of the “rock stars” in the business, is known for his participatory management style.


VOX 2.0 Standard

Organizational alignment is the congruence between the values of organizational members and the values of the leader, and embedment of the same values in the formal part of the organization.

Our contribution to the management theory and practice is the typology of “4 Culture Types”. Those are:


Formal Part of Organization

The formal part of the organization is any formal document, including but not limited to policies, procedures, strategic plans and the like that might influence the behavior.

It might include documents like: remuneration policy, office hours, decision making process and any other policies and procedures that might be deemed relevant for the evaluation of organization’s character.


VOX 2.0 Standard Plus

Organizational alignment is the congruence between the values of organizational members and the values of the leader, and embedment of the same values in the formal part of the organization

Organizational alignment is fundamental component in the achievement of business results. Well aligned organziations get things done faster, with less effort and have better results. These organizations are able to move quickly and change easily in accordance to business conditions.