Organizational Culture is a very complicated concept. There are so many things involved in shaping the culture of an organization. There are a number of employees and members who are associated with an organization. Culture is something that is not formed by any one member in one day. It starts from the day when an organization starts, the founder members and the other senior members associated with the organization have certain beliefs and values which they incorporate in their employees (Schein, 2010). Employees when start working and interact with each other and the customers they develop certain beliefs and value which also contributes in the development of an organizational culture. Hence it can be said that the main contributors to organizational behaviour are employees, leaders and the management.
Along with the above mentioned factors, one of the other most important contributors to the organizational culture is time and circumstances. Many a times the organizations need to update their culture and the behaviour of the employees based on the requirement of the time and the situations. This means that one must allow the culture to come as it comes with a little thinking.
The important contributor to the organizational culture is the size of the company. The type of the culture prevalent in the organization also depends on the number of employees working there (Zheng et al, 2010).