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management. which defines employee behavior. and especially corporate culture. . including current employees.• WHAT IS THE INTERNAL ENVIRONMENT OF AN ORGANIZATION? An organization's internal environment is composed of the elements within the organization.

Mission statement of Microsoft At Microsoft. ELEMENTS WHICH MAKE UP ORGANIZATION’S INTERNAL ENVIRONMENTS. Microsoft is one of the industry leaders in accessibility innovation and in building products that are safer and easier to use. “What are our values?” and “What do we stand for?” This statement provides focus for an organization by rallying its members to work together to achieve its common goals. We deliver on that commitment by striving to create technology that is accessible to everyone—of all ages and abilities. as well as its purpose . It explains the overall purpose of the organization and includes the attributes that distinguish it from other organizations of its type. it should reveal a company's philosophy. • organization's mission statement : An organization's mission statement describes what the organization stands for and why it exists. our mission is to enable people and businesses throughout the world to realize their full potential. . A mission statement should answer the questions. We consider our mission statement a commitment to our customers.

Some organizations use a chart to simplify the breakdown of its formal structure.• Company policies: Company policies are guidelines that govern how certain organizational situations are addressed. Four main components make up an organization's culture: Values Heroes Rites and rituals Social network . they are an indication of an organization's personality and should coincide with its mission statement.

This network. sometimes referred to as the company grapevine. and quarterly meetings can acknowledge distinguished employees for outstanding service. It is through this network that employees really learn about the organization's culture and values. Awards banquets. company gatherings. . attitudes. many universities place high values on professors being published. or values of the organization and serves as a role model to other employees. carries the stories of both heroes and those who have failed.• Values Values are the basic beliefs that define employees' successes in an organization. For example. • Heroes A hero is an exemplary person who reflects the image. • social network It’s the informal means of communication within an organization. • Rites and rituals are routines or ceremonies that the company uses to recognize high‐performing employees.