POPA, Brînduşa Maria
October 2011
Journal of Defense Resources Management;Oct2011, Vol. 2 Issue 2, p137
Academic Journal
The concepts of organizational culture and climate are used to describe the general characteristics of an organization showing the way it behaves in relation to its members. The culture along with the climate influence directly the performance of the organization due to the fact that subjective attitudes and perceceptions of the individuals sometimes clash with the norms established by managers.


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