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    The role culture – Perhaps the most readily recognised and common of all the cultural types – everything and everybody are in their proper place. There is a presumption of logic and rationality. It is based around the job or role rather than the personalities and is epitomized by what we tend to think of as the traditional hierarchical structure.
    This kind of culture is best suited to an environment that is relatively stable and a large-sized organisation. Because of the focus on the role this culture tends to be impersonal, and by implication restrictive, suppressing individuals’ attempts at any improvements. It doesn’t take much thought to work in a role culture. Change is therefore relatively slow and is often only brought about by fear. Although it can adapt, this ability is restricted and a ‘role culture’ will have problems in surviving a dramatic change.