Factors in Organizational Culture: OPM Model
Richard de Laat
Another way to look at it is the Organizational Performance Model (OPM) by Dave Hanna
"Leadership for the Ages". It nicely shows how culture has the Behavioral Level
(manifest, visible, fly on the wall perspective) and the Paradigm Level
(believes, etc, conscious and unconscious).
In addition, he points to process, structure, information, decision taking, rewards, and HR (people, training, etc) factors that drive the behavior. All those, are driven by the purpose of the organization, (mission, vision, strategy), which is driven by (perceived stakeholder needs).
The model is very practical in diagnosing issues, and designing solutions, by starting with asking in how far the results are meeting the stakeholder needs.