The company is primarily a service sector organization that provides additional training to the college students. An analysis of the organizational culture using the theoretical models was done based on personal retrospection of the organizational culture of the company. It was felt that they provide required training to handle the technical requirements of the company. The primary reason to provide the training modules is to meet primary objectives of the company. Even though, the company has been productive in the past they need to have a more inclusive culture to make the voices of the newcomers heard. To conclude the company does not do enough to ensure that the newcomer’s opinions are heard. They need to create a learning organization that is beneficial for creation of shared vision and goals. It is important to factor in the social and cultural context, but should also not incorporate redundant practices such as innate gender discrimination. This is a very complex process with a number of variables. It should also be understood that this can be achieved by creation of an experimental learning process. The company can use the trial method of creation of best practices. This should be continual process that ensures maximum productivity.
The heart of the organizational culture lies in the fact that the organization is willing to learn from the trial and error method (Marsick , Bitterman, van der Veen, 2000). They understand that learning is a continual process that requires the willingness to try newer method and be adaptable to make newer changes or remove a redundant process. They should be able to understand the importance of the tacit and experimental learning method of the organization. This makes the organization develop a robust best practices method that would lead to the company always remaining sustainable (Marsick , Bitterman, van der Veen, 2000). These newer ideas should become a part of the organizational culture. The organizational should then revisit their existing policies and incorporate newer ideas and paradigms into the operative methods of the company (Marsick , Bitterman, van der Veen, 2000). This would ensure that there is all round progress for the company.