Tác giả: Huynh My Phuong; Frederick C. Aniga, Ph.D.(Adviser).

Southern Leyte State University. Năm: 2019.

Mô tả: 104Tr, kích thước: 30cm. Số định danh: 378.101/ Ph513. Vị trí: Phòng Tự Nghiên cứu.


Universities are struggling in competition and meeting the needs of the stakeholders. Organization culture is one important factor that will help organizations develop themselves. An identification of how organizational culture manifests among university members and stakeholders can provide campus leaders with the relevant information to better advocate for more relevant changes that ultimately benefit the institution. This study investigates the concept of current organizational culture at Tra Vinh University and to identify whether there exists congruence between perceived organizational culture types and extent of globalization response of the University in terms of the four neo-liberal characteristics, namely “self – interested individuals”, “free market economics”, “commitment to laissez–faire”, and “commitment to free trade”. Utilizing the Organizational Culture Assessment Instrument (OCAI) developed by Cameron and Quinn (1999, 2006, 2011), data were collected from a sample of representatives from Tra Vinh University and the local community (n = 200). The results indicated that the perceived culture was mostly hierarchy culture, and followed by clan, adhocracy, and market. Clan culture was observed to have a significant positive correlation to the globalization response of the University, meanwhile, market and hierarchy culture were explored a negative correlation. This piece of diagnostics sets the direction for further development in terms of which the progress of the university’s organizational culture will develop towards accelerating the globalization process of the University.