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New Ways to Think About Organizational Culture

The recent shake-up of Donald Trump’s campaign team has been attributed to Trump’s need for a fresh approach going into November’s general election. The brashness that was so successful for Trump’s organization during the primary season has not been widely embraced by the larger electorate. Every organization is different, and all of them have a unique culture to organize groups of people. The Trump campaign is no different. Yet few people know that every organization actually combines a mix of four different types of organizational culture under one leading cultural style, according to research by business professors Robert E. Quinn and Kim S. Cameron at the University of Michigan.