Management Theory and Studies for Rural Business and Infrastructure Development, Volume 20

The relationship between organizational culture and manager’s type

Ligita Šimanskienė, Tomas Tarasevičius


The authors of the article analyses the importance of leadership and influences on forming
organizational culture. Organizational culture determines the kind of people who will be attracted
to a firm and the way they will interact within the firm. Investigations of different authors
in this sphere are reviewed. Organizational culture, being based on the values acknowledged by
the most of the employees, performing employees’ loyalty to the organization through inbetween
understanding and engagement with the organization duty, pursuing object, which benefits
all, becomes easy to use, convenient and moral tool of people management. This tool is to be
used by the managers with the help of like-minded colleagues. So, organizations’ future as well
as income depends on managers’ value orientation, his ability to communicate and present ideas
to the employees. Leadership is a dynamic process, influenced by the changing requirements of
the task, the group itself and the individual members. The implication of is that there is no “one
best way” of leading, and leaders need to be able to exercise a range of behaviour to maintain
their role effectively. Leadership is basically a question of achieving the best fit between the leader’s
personal attributes, the expectations and needs of the subordinates, the needs of the task,
and the environment in which the events take place. The organizational culture exists to unite the
people, to create a common conception, to stimulate the prosperity and development of the organization.
This is achieved through leadership and personal communication of individuals, when
the individuals interchange ideas, set up the identity of their firm through orientation on securities
which exist in the organization. The aim of this paper is theoretically found and empirically
evaluate organizational culture and leadership style influenced by employees view to job. Object
of research – the relationship of organizational culture and leadership. Used methods– the analysis
of scientific articles, comparison, statistical, systematic the analysis of survey with the help of
SPSS methodology, logic-based conclusions.

Keyword(s): leadership, management, manager’s type, organizational culture

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