In ?Fig. P9.80?, the cylinder and pulley turn without friction about stationary horizontal axles that pass through their centers. A light rope is wrapped around the cylinder, passes over the pulley, and has a 3.00-kg box suspended from its free end. There is no slipping between the rope and the pulley surface. The uniform cylinder has mass 5.00 kg and radius 40.0 cm. The pulley is a uniform disk with mass 2.00 kg and radius 20.0 cm. The box is released from rest and descends as the rope unwraps from the cylinder. Find the speed of the box when it has fallen 2.50 m.
Leslie Ogu ORSC 1109 03/21/2016 Culture Culture ● Sharedness ● Influence on the organization and how it operates ● Subcultures within the organization Strength ● More Agreement; less conflict between people ● More Formal ● More Attachment to the organization; feel more of a need be there Sources 1. People 2. Organization / Environment (External Aspects) 3. Country Country ● IBM ● Hofstede 1. Power Distance 2. Uncertainty Avoidance 3. Individualism 4. Masculinity 5. Long Term Orientation Organization Industrial ● People ⇒ Founders ● Schein ● Innermost Circle: Basic Assumption ○ Easier when it’s just for one person ○ Not as easy for larger companies and a higher number of employees ● Second Circle: Espoused Values (what is believed to be true) ● Third Circle: Artifacts ● If all three are aligned, then you know they are related and impact each other ● If they are not aligned, then it can mean a lot of different things ● To understand the culture of an organization, you must understand all three