ABSTRACT The purpose of this paper is to clarify the nature of the complex interrelations between organizational culture and climate. In terms of the basic assumptions, values and beliefs, it is the culture of an organization which dictates the expected employee behavior permits to form a compatible work environment, namely, the organizational climate. The key point is that these two concepts exist in work settings, and they are not mutually exclusive. This study is conducted from the behaviorist approaches of organizational theorists such as (Schein, 1992; Denison, 1996; Cameron and Quinn, 2006), and focuses on the examination of the match between a shared value system, organizational culture, and its reflection on daily business practices, organizational climate. Two different sampling procedures and three measurement instruments were used in four organizations in the present study. The first sample frame covers all of the managerial and administrative staff from three organizations, with the sample size comprising 121 respondents. The second sampling frame includes the first two organizations and another one covering 145 respondents.