Organizational Culture As A Condition For Forming Personnel Identity

Abstract

Organizational culture plays an important role as a link between the production behavior of individual employees and the formation of personnel identity. It contributes to the unconscious formation of labour behavior. Considering the transformations that have taken place in Russia over the past 30 years, which have affected the social, economic and other spheres of public life, the authors became interested in how these transformations affected the organizational culture of large industrial enterprises. The paper attempts to determine the dominant type of organizational culture at Russian enterprises as a predictor of the formation of the professional identity of personnel. To achieve this goal, the researchers recorded data from a long-term study that was conducted at 20 industrial enterprises in St. Petersburg in 1990, 2007 and 2020. On the basis of generalized theoretical material and broad empirical data, the article presents the problems of the organizational culture of Russian enterprises, which form the contours of personnel behavior. Researchers have registered that the indicators of a conductive social situation at enterprises for personnel have not improved over the past 30 years and are below the average level. The article will be useful for researchers with a similar research subject, heads of industrial enterprises, representatives of government authorities.

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28 December 2021

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978-1-80296-119-5

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European Publisher

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120

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1st Edition

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1-877

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Culture, communication, history, mediasphere, education, law

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Potemkin, V. K., Velmisova, D. V., & Akhtirskii, A. A. (2021). Organizational Culture As A Condition For Forming Personnel Identity. In D. Y. Krapchunov, S. A. Malenko, V. O. Shipulin, E. F. Zhukova, A. G. Nekita, & O. A. Fikhtner (1st Edition), Perishable And Eternal: Mythologies and Social Technologies of Digital Civilization, vol 120. European Proceedings of Social and Behavioural Sciences (pp. 658-666). European Publisher. https://doi.org/10.15405/epsbs.2021.12.03.88