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According to Rosabeth Moss Kanter, why do "hidden values" exist in an organization? A. To assist women and minorities in gaining promotions B. To help the organization be successful C. As a
means to promote teamwork D. As self-fulfilling stereotypes to direct the organization
As self-fulfilling stereotypes to direct the organization. This hidden values create a self-fulfilling prophecy, and contribute to the iron law of oligarchy, wherein ideas are often judged not on their merit, but rather according to who it was that expressed them.
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Updated 143 days ago|7/8/2014 4:41:03 AM
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