Theses and Dissertations - UTB/UTPA
Organizational Culture and Generation Cohorts: A Comparative Analysis Between A Public and Private Organization
Date of Award
Master of Public Administration (MPA)
Dr. Rev. Cynthia Lynch
Dr. Aziza Zemrani
Dr. Espiridion Borrego
The relationship between organizational culture type and generation cohort values has potential implications for how we understand a workplace environment. The examination of an organization’s culture through the prism of generation cohorts and their corresponding values is the focal point of this research question. Utilizing the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) to measure the current and preferred culture type within an organization, and identifying the generational cohorts whom measure these cultures allow empirical data to establish the relationship between these two variables. By examining these results through a public sector and a private sector organization, the claim that the two sectors are becoming more similar than different is discussed through empirical data. Does a relationship exist between organizational culture type and generation cohort values, and if one exists then does it remain consistent across the public and private sectors?
University of Texas-Pan American
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