corporate culture


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corporate culture

The institutional values of a corporation, hospital, professional association, or other entity.
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Personal belief systems and a lack of valid information regarding gay and lesbian individuals, combined with the resultant fear of these individuals caused by misinformation, was identified as problematic for the assimilation of these individuals into the corporate culture.
A corporate culture is more than just a set of policies designed to make a company a fun place to work; culture is not synonymous with benefits or perks.
This paper focuses on corporate culture and, specifically, the effects of corporate culture on a business' performance.
To understand the soul of an organization we must travel into the underground world of corporate culture.
An organization's "cultural network" is the mechanism that maintains and strengthens its corporate culture (Gerloff, 1985).
But when harnessed correctly, corporate culture can turn into a tailwind of progress instead of a headwind of obstruction," said Columbia Business School Professor Shivaram Rajgopal, "Our research provides systematic evidence -- perhaps for first time -- that companies with effective corporate cultures are less likely to be associated with unethical behavior, short-termism, or using real earnings management to pad quarterly earnings.
Philip Harmer is a Partner at Stormcatcher LLP, Barrister, International Commercial Arbitrator, Mediator and Corporate Culture Architect.
In recent years, it embedded a business corporate culture specific to its own characteristics and realities, and consolidated the shared value of focusing on the whole picture, hard-working and dedication, thus promoting the business, management, services and team building through corporate culture.
The interview discusses the importance of corporate culture to a company in ways that few executives have heard it described, by one of the experts who understands the subject intimately since Ogilvy & Mather have been called upon frequently to execute branding and strategies that are the external expression of corporate culture.
The corporate culture is a phenomenon, which is very complex, hard to define and hard to explain, but it has great influence on the long-term company success.
Its phenomenal success is attributable to the Toyota Production System, a corporate culture that fosters learning, and Science Statistical Quality Control.

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