The concept of organisation culture originates from cultural background issues and it was first introduced in the late 1970s. The idea of organisation culture began during the end of the Second World War when the United States was the economic lords while Japan and Europe were struggling with impacts of war. The idea of organisation culture has become relevant in varied field and it has continued to change; thus, it has developed into organizational effectiveness. This is because of rapid changing environments since organisations are rethinking in order to accomplish their objectives in the contemporary global competitive working and learning environment.
The organisation culture in both public and private preschool has become a concerning issue especially to parents who want their children to study in an institution where there is a unique school culture. Culture as an organisation metaphor in the learning institution is where there is effective communication and sharing of vision, values, beliefs and other unique school cultural aspects with an aim of accomplishing the organizational objectives effectively (Salfi and Saeed, 2007). The education of a child is significant; thus organisation culture can shape the behavior of the child and determine his or her academic future; thus organization culture should be emphasized in preschool learning environments. This is because the environment of the child can be very influential on the personality, behaviors and character traits of the child in the present and the future years.
The culture of the preschool has diverse components, which shapes the behaviors and influences of the child; one of the components is social and this is linked with the family and school. Most preschools have multiple age groups of students; thus many of them intend to offer an effective learning and social environment where children are given opportunities to learn from each other through socialization. Binder (2002) ...Show more