The Onion Model of Organizational Culture is a widely recognized and influential framework that helps to explain the complex layers of culture within an organization. At its core, the model suggests that culture is not a single, monolithic entity, but rather a series of interrelated layers that interact to form the overall culture of an organization. The model provides a useful way of understanding the different elements that contribute to organizational culture, and how they can impact an organization’s performance and success. In this model, the outer layers represent the more visible and tangible aspects of culture, while the inner layers represent the deeper, more ingrained aspects that are often less visible but more fundamental to the organization’s core identity. To read more, please click.