Organizational Culture, Structure And Culture Of Samsung: One Of The Company

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Have you ever wondered how some of the largest companies in the world got their start? If so, you are not alone. This summary paper will take a look at Samsung, one of the world’s largest companies. It will cover the company’s history, structure, its goals and culture. It will also highlight how employees are motivated and evaluated. Samsung is a company that started out small and has grown into a large global company with many divisions. History Samsung is one of the largest global companies. It was founded in 1938 by Byung-Chull Lee in Taegu, Korea. Samsung got its beginning as a grass-roots company. This company started out as a food exporter and shipped items like dried fish and flour from Korea to China. In the 1950s, Samsung began to get into other businesses, such as insurance and textiles. By 1969, Samsung had started an electronics division that mostly made TVs with their first black and white TV…show more content…
Unfortunately, there are some organizations that have weak culture, which means employees do not share the core values of their organizations. It is important for the success of an organization to hire employees that share the same core values and culture; the stronger the culture of an organization the better the organization will be (Bethel, 2011). Organizational culture is always evolving and organizations must be prepared to maintain a positive culture. Having a supportive organizational climate is also a good way to maintain a positive culture. Supportive organizational climate is the amount of perceived support employees receives from their co-workers, supervisor and other departments that help them successfully perform their jobs. Samsung provides a supportive climate by providing a flexible time program, good work life balance and welfare program that motivates and rewards their employees (Bethel,
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