عنوان مقاله [English]
Organizational culture, similar to the collective spirit in an organization, refers to the actions, behavior, and character of employees toward individuals and the phenomena around them which attention to it, causes the growth and development of the organization. Narrative analysis of the NAJA Border Command staff on the characteristics of the desired organizational culture is the aim of present research. This study has used the views of thinkers in the field of organizational culture such as Phillips, Davis and Shine and by adopting a qualitative approach, has chosen the method of narrative analysis with the tool of narrative interviews with 20 employees of this command. Findings of the research indicate 85 open concepts and 24 categories, under 8 main themes (strategic command and management, creative management of human resources, innovation, knowledge and research, management and needs assessment, spiritual capital, social situation promotion, optimal property maintenance, supervision and purposeful inspection). The results of this study show that the realization of a desirable, efficient and productive organizational culture in the border, depending on components such as scientific-research topics and prioritizing for future research, the groundwork for strategic management in the organization, paying attention to the position of human resources and adopting a rational procedure in intelligent recruitment, scientific and modern military training appropriate to the type and areas of mission and training committed and specialized personnel according to the needs, benefiting from the experiences of the organization's past elites, paying attention to the talents and specialties of individuals and making them fertile, creating dynamism among the organization's youth by benefiting from their thoughts and ideas and refusing to be dogmatic about their opinions, interacting with scientific-military centers in order to benefit from their thoughts and ideas and to promote the level of social interactions and finally the localization of the organizational charter appropriate to the socio-cultural conditions of the border areas.