The Distinction Between Organizational Culture and Organizational Climate

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The Distinction Between Organizational Culture and Organizational Climate
OSHUN, GRACE OKAIMA , Member
People tend to view these two concepts as the same and use them interchangeably. I believe that there is a difference between both. Could anyone please make a distinction between them?
 

 
Organizational Climate ≠ Culture
Frank J. Hagen, Member
The two are NOT the same even though a number of people believe they are synonymous. There are distinctions between the culture of an organization and the climate:
- Climate is the attitude, while
- Culture is the personality.
In fact, it is the culture of the organization that drives the climate.
 

 











 

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