Nicoleta Isac


The organizational climate is part of the organizational culture. Although the concept of organizational culture initially appeared in the English literature of the 1960s as a synonym for climate, the organizational climate is in fact a reflection of the culture and evolution of the organization and it expresses its true priorities, as perceived by employees in contact daily with company practices, procedures and policies. The analysis undertaken in this article attempts to highlight the characteristics of the organizational climate of the Dacia Group Renault company, after the introduction of the new organizational mode, namely the elementary unit of work (EWU).


organizational climate, organizational culture, implementation, efficiency


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