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It is a fact that people are happier when their personalities agree with the culture of the organization they work for. Organizations have personalities just like you do and they are hard to change. It is also a fact that most people don’t take the time to know themselves well enough to see if they will ‘fit in’ with the culture where they work.                                 Visit the following site and take the Corporate Culture Preferences Self-Assessment. the above link does not work for you or if you have problems with your computer or software, use the following link and take this test instead to complete the assignment Note that this assessment requires Shockwave and if you aren’t sure or have problems theHelp Desk at the college will get you going.Write a summery of what you learned about yourself. Do you agree with the findings? What else should you consider about your own abilities, likes and dislikes when looking for a career and ajob? What do you want to know about the organization you will consider working for? OtherInternet sites will be helpful when answering the last three questions.from my instructorI have read your submission and am not sure that you fully understood the directions. I will be glad to grade this if you like but it will not receive many points. You may want to re-read the instructions that include specific questions and the Rubric that I use to assign points. I see not much comparison between your ideaof yourself and the information you found from the cultural preferences test. In addition, no references were used. If you want me to grade this submission, just let me know.corporate.docx Here is my resultsCorporate Culture Preference ScaleTo calculate your score, we’ve assigned 1 point to each selected choice. Those values were then added to one of four subscales as shown below. The maximum score for each subscale is 6 and the minimum is 0. The higher the score, the more you would likely feel comfortable in that type of culture.ChoicesTotalledScoreControl Culture2a, 5a, 6b, 8b, 11b, 12a2Performance Culture1b, 3b, 5b, 6a, 7a, 9b1Relationship Culture1a, 3a, 4b, 8a, 10b, 12b5Responsive Culture2b, 4a, 7b, 9a, 10a, 11a4Explanation of Subscales: These subscales may be found in many organizations, but they represent only four of the many possible organizational culture values. Also, keep in mind that none of these subscales is inherently good or bad. Each is effective in different situations.Control Culture: This culture values the role of senior executives to lead the organization. Its goal is to keep everyone aligned and under control.Performance Culture: This culture values individual and organizational performance and strives for effectiveness and efficiency.Relationship Culture: This culture values nurturing and well-being. It considers open communication, fairness, teamwork, and sharing to be a vital part of organizational life.Responsive Culture: This culture values its ability to keep in tune with the external environment, including being competitive and realizing new opportunities.Assignment Rubric (2)CriteriaRatingsPtsContentWere the questions thoroughly answered? Did the student relate the information in such a way as they could benefit personally from the exercise? This criteria is worth 1 to 15 points15 ptsNo Marks0 pts15 ptsEffortWere additional sources used to provide a more complete understanding of the topic. This criteria is worth 1 to 15 points.15 ptsNo Marks0 pts15 ptsStructureWas the assignment well structured and writted with correct grammar and spelling? Was APA style used where applicable? This criteria is worth 1 to 10 points.10 ptsNo Marks0 pts10 ptsLate PenaltyNo Marks0 ptsThe syllabus requires a 50% point deduction for late assignments.-20 pts