Literature Review the Factors on The Impacting Generation-Z Perception of Red Culture Organization Identity

Authors

  • Zhang Kun
  • Gary Tan peng liang

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.54097/sdh4tv35

Keywords:

Red culture organization identity, Generation-Z, Literature review.

Abstract

 This study explores the various issues concerning the factors impacting Generation-Z perception of red culture organization identity. First of all, The growing and diverse tertiary education student enrollment can present a challenge for the university administrators to sustain their institution values; Secondly, Challenges to understand red culture organization identity in Generation-Z on the management identity of red cultural organizations ;However, lack of research related red culture identity affect the management identity of the red cultural organizations .Finally, there is no empirical evidence for the research on the variables influencing the identity of red cultural organizations. This study will measure the literature review regarding the impacting generation-Z perception of red culture organization identity.

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1 February 2024

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Kun, Z., & Gary Tan peng liang. (2024). Literature Review the Factors on The Impacting Generation-Z Perception of Red Culture Organization Identity. International Journal of Education and Humanities, 12(2), 76-81. https://doi.org/10.54097/sdh4tv35

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