corporate culture


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corporate culture

The institutional values of a corporation, hospital, professional association, or other entity.
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Strikingly, they do not believe that remuneration and incentives are key for setting the right tone at the top and influencing the corporate culture.
corporate culture, in the sense of a complicated and internally structured system is created and developed continuously in the company.
SmartCEO celebrated 40 companies that have successfully championed positive, productive and performance-driven corporate cultures, and have worked with their employees to develop impactful practices.
Experts in healthy corporate culture agree: Communication is absolutely essential to improving a company's culture.
She sets a lively pace with anecdotes that showcase praiseworthy corporate cultures. For example, CEO John Chambers of Cisco Systems, an international firm with 70,000 employees, personally calls any employee who experiences a serious illness or tragedy to offer support, from him and from the company.
"Light a Fire under Your Business: How to Build a Class 1 Corporate Culture through Inspirational Leadership" is organized in three sections that teach business leaders and others how to improve processes, empower employees, and transform a business culture.
CABLE PLEA Further action is needed to improve corporate culture, according to the Business Secretary.
My hypothesis was that Berkshire has distinct features and a strong corporate culture that will endure beyond Buffett.
The Chinese Transformation of Corporate Culture. New York: Routledge, 2012.

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