ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE IMPACTS ON COMPANY’S ABILITY TO ADOPT CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT AND WHY?

Juli Dwina Puspita Sari, Rifyal Dahlawy Chalil, Rita Nengsih, Zenitha Maulida, Ferdi Nazirun Sijabat

Abstract


The purpose of this paper is to review and critically examine some literatures relating to the impact of organizational culture on company’s ability to adopt continuous improvement and why?.Using scholar’s articles, this literature examines the topic from four aspects. Atfirst, the concept of organizational culture and thefour different types of organizational culture raised by Quinn and Cameron (1999).Secondly, the concept of continuous improvement (CI) initiative. Lastly,the impact of Organizational Culture on the adoption of Continuous Improvement (CI). The paper provides in-depth analysis on the impact of  Organizational Culture on the adoption of Continuous Improvement (CI) and why it is necessary  for company to thoroughly aware of its organizational culture on the ability of the company to adopt continuous improvement (CI). The paper discusses the relations between organizational culture and its significant impacts on the continuous improvement (CI) initiative as well as reconfirmed that organizational culture adopted by companies does to some extent influence the adoption of CI initiative as well as the successfulness of its implementation.

Keywords: organizational culture, continuous improvement, impact, ability, company


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