Film crew, organizational culture, edgar schein, geert hofstede
This study seeks to determine through survey research what characteristics film production crews possess that makes them so successful as an organization. The factors of age, gender, years of professional experience and education level were tested for their significance on how the respondents view their culture. Hofstede's six dimensions of organizational culture survey questions were rewritten to be applicable to the freelance film crew sample. The presentation of findings focuses on the resultant organizational profile of a film production crew, the workplace values of this group and the influence that the education level of the participants had on responses. The data presented here are valuable for organizational culture scholars, management scholars and those interested in applying the successful techniques of the film production crew to other business organizations.
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Cook, Lisa C., "That's A Wrap! The Organizational Culture And Characteristics Of Successful Film Crews" (2012). Electronic Theses and Dissertations, 2004-2019. 2113.