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The group’s need to deal with its environment is also central to Schein (1999), who views culture as “the sum total of all the shared, taken-for-granted assumptions that a group has learned throughout its history” (p. 29). Schein (1985) also believes that culture involves learning within a group as that group solves its problems of survival in an external environment and its problem of internal integration. Finally, a goals-oriented definition also characterizes Moran and Stripp’s (1991) definition when they define culture as “a group problem-solving tool that enables individuals to survive in a particular environment” (p.
Advanced Topics in Global Information Management, Volume 2 by Felix Tan