The work of thought is like drilling a well: the water is cloudy at first, more then clarified. Basic considerations Chinese proverb All managers should encourage their management to an organizational culture that encourages all staff, culture that must be managed for the attainment of the objectives, goals established, and all that is true according to the characteristics of the stage where it operates. Robbins (1999, p 601), states that: “Culture, by definition, is hard to describe, intangible, implicit, and taken for granted. But every organization develops a core group of assumptions, knowledge and implicit rules that govern the everyday behavior in the workplace ….

” The organizational culture serves as a frame of reference to members of the organization and gives guidelines on how people should behave in it. In many cases the culture is so obvious that one can see that people’s behavior changes when it goes beyond the factory gate reminds us Almicar Rios, that organizational culture is the set of rules, habits and values practiced by individuals in an organization, and that makes this form of behavior. This term is used in many business organizations today, and in hospitals or health organization, is a term that should be taken into consideration. A rule, as applied to management issues, is all that is written and approved, which governs the organization and should be respected by all the members of it. A rule must be written in detail in documents of business management: Organization and Functions Manual, training plans, strategic plans, among others.