The report examines the pathologies of organizational culture and methods of overcoming them
The relationship between the economic and cultural life of society, characteristic of the traditional era, has been preserved to this day, having undergone some changes. In modern conditions of post-industrial development, the importance of cultural, value-motivational factors of economic activity is sharply increasing. Now they largely determine economic growth, both at the level of individual economic entities and in relation to the economy as a whole. In this regard, it is important to note the following. Up to the first half of the twentieth century, the reproduction of the components of the cultural environment – values, norms, rules, and so on-took place mainly in areas remote from the economy, that is, in science, ideology, art, and education. The official consolidation of culture as an economic component took place in the 1960s and 1970s, when the state's influence on economic culture acquired a coordinated, planned character – turned into a national strategy. "The economic culture of society as a special specialized sphere of culture is always connected with the activity of producing life (life support) and is embodied in such its carriers as technologies, customs, norms of law; it is crystallized in certain institutional structures.
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