Human Rules

Several concepts must be addressed from a common reference framework for its analysis and use theoretical correctly. Various concepts are being addressed, such as: pattern of general behavior, shared beliefs and common values of the Member, which can be inferred from what they say, do and think people within an organizational environment. (3) Social glue or standards that holds an organization together. They are values or social ideals, beliefs that members of the organization share, expressed in symbolic as myths, rituals, stories, legends and specialized language elements. (4) Set full of beliefs, traditions, values, rules, expectations and habits, often unconscious and widely shared that characterized a group people in an organization-specific. (5) Human activities or pattern of behavior, as well as rules, feelings, beliefs, attitudes and values accepted and advocated by the members of the Organization, which determine their conduct and behavior (6).

ELEMENTS the organizational culture in the earlier conceptualizations prevail as constant elements: beliefs, values, norms, attitudes and behaviors. System of shared elements, which are basic in culture (7), conceived in the following way (8): Las beliefs; structure of thought rooted, valid and in the organizations shared, to interpret reality. Conscious act which by the way has what we believe and work with the interpretation of reality. The values; way to act that responds to the architecture of previous beliefs, indivisible, appreciates that this way of acting is better than another. Realities humanizadas with positive significance for the man, driving forces in how to do the work. The Standards; If the values are assumed as strategic expressions, the rules will be the tactics.

These actions become norms of conduct of each Member of the Organization, shared and assimilated. Attitudes and behaviors; they depart from the rules, they are not the final link in the cultural chain. Your evaluation and consensus determine attitudes towards individual and organizational interests. Attitudes are trends, positive/negative of the psycho-sociological climate that predict the trend of performance.