Organizational Reflection/Levels of Culture

Organizational Reflection/Levels of Culture

Organizational Reflection/Levels of Culture

To complete the Organizational Reflection/Levels of Culture Assignment, compose a cohesive document that addresses the following:

  • An overview of the organization that includes the organization’s name, vision, and mission.
  • How does the company promote positive social change, which is our mission at Walden?
  • Have any of the company behaviors in the past year shown a misalignment with the company’s stated mission? If so, how?
  • Apply the three levels of culture (artifacts, espoused values, and underlying assumptions as defined in Chapter 2 of the Schein text) to the organization.
  • Examine how the knowledge of levels of culture can impact leader effectiveness within an organization.
  • Summarize the two or three most important “takeaways” from the weekly Discussion that you think will help you be a more effective leader within an organization.






University’s Mission

A Mission of Change

For 45 years, Walden University, an accredited institution, has been serving the higher education needs of adult learners. Today, students from all 50 U.S. states and more than 150 countries are pursuing bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees and certificates online in a broad range of disciplines including health sciences, counseling, criminal justice, human services, management, psychology, education, public health, nursing, social work, public administration, and information technology.

Through programs that reflect current market trends and promote positive social change, Walden is committed to helping you achieve your goals, enabling you to make a difference in your career and community as a Walden graduate.

University Outcomes

Walden University strives to produce graduates with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to:

  1. Facilitate positive social change where they work, in their communities, and in society.
  2. Use their knowledge to positively impact their profession, communities, and society.
  3. Demonstrate a commitment to lifelong learning.
  4. Apply their learning to specific problems and challenges in their workplace and professional settings.
  5. Demonstrate information literacy.*
  6. Demonstrate an understanding of the methods of inquiry used in their professional or academic field.
  7. Practice legal and ethical integrity in their professional work.
  8. Effectively communicate their ideas and the rationale behind them to others.
  9. Support diversity and multiculturalism within their profession, communities, and society.