The main importance of organizational culture is that it defines the employee work environments created in reference to the existing management practices, beliefs, and assumptions that identify with the existing productivity. Organization culture is the default setting for effectiveness and productivity in the eyes of the employees. The employees have developed a language for building their interpersonal communication and working together in meeting the goals of the organization. In most, cases the management is not always involved in the developed culture. Before implementing change, the management has to evaluate and understand the potential impact that the change will have on the culture. Because changing the organization culture will significantly affect the flow activities, for instance employee reshuffling, and in the end, negatively impacting the rate production, the management has to carefully evaluate the relevance of the change verse vie culture to the organization. Therefore, just like the other organizational resources, the organization culture defines the employee’s reactions, and how it will reflect on production.