عنوان مقاله [English]
One of the longstanding problems in cultural studies and the impact of human behavior in cultural change is to predict how this dynamic concept is disseminated and evolved. The Mem word is the basis for describing the expansion of thoughts, beliefs and cultural phenomena based on the evolutionary principles of mathematical application and modeling, which helped to resolve the problem long ago. The foundational approach has provided a good basis for modeling cultural evolution in the mimetic way. The basis factor is a model that includes one or more factors along with the environment in which the agents are located, so that they can provide interaction, communication, and decision making for the agents and can accurately measure the outcome of the interactions after a certain number of collisions. In this article, we have studied one of the subcategories of applied culture, organizational culture, and how we evolved the organizational culture. The theory of the power of the fault line is one of the most accurate computational models of organizational culture dynamics, which shows the effect of the similarity of the characteristics of individuals in team solidarity and coherent culture. Given that the outcomes of this research provide a fairly accurate picture of the impact of different factors on organizational culture changes, it can be of great help to strategic planning of the organization.
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