The Characteristics from the National Culture and its Influence at the Organizational Subcultures: An Analysis from Brazilian Public Management
Leonardo Antonio Siervo Motta () and
Josir Simeone Gomes ()
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Leonardo Antonio Siervo Motta: University UNIGRANRIO, PPGA, Rio de Janeiro – Brazil
Josir Simeone Gomes: University UNIGRANRIO, PPGA, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
Public Organization Review, 2022, vol. 22, issue 1, No 5, 79-97
Abstract This study proposes an analysis of the influence of the Brazilian cultural features on the federal public employees of Instituto Brasileiro de Geografia e Estatística (IBGE), which is “the main data provider” in Brazil. Specifically, it is intended to perform a cultural analysis of the Brazilian regions – North, Northeast, Southeast, South and Mid-West -, justified by its dimension and plurality. The data were collected from 464 IBGE’s employee’s respondents, in Brazil, from the questionnaire VSM-2013 proposed by Hofstede (2018). Hofstede’s dimensions of national culture have been used: the results point to a confirmation of the indexes obtained by the model of cultural mapping, when applied to Brazil. Besides that, it is possible to verify the occurrence of variations according to the Brazilian region that is been analyzed, indicating the existence of subcultures.
Keywords: Culture; Organizational culture; National Culture; Public administration (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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