Culture & People
Organizational culture, also known as corporate culture, refers to the values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that characterize and contribute to an organization's unique social and emotional work environment.
Organizational culture definition
Organizational culture, also known as corporate culture, refers to the values, attitudes, beliefs and behaviors that characterize and contribute to organization's unique social and emotional work environment. Organizational culture is unique for every organization and one of the hardest things to change and consists of written and unwritten rules that have been developed over time.
Organizational culture segments
- Organization's expectations
- Organization's experiences
- Organization's philosophy
- Organization's values
How to measure organizational culture
The best way how to measure organizational culture is through:
- The ways the organization conducts its business, treats its employees, customers and the wider community.
- The extent to which freedom is allowed in decision making, creativity, developing new ideas and personal expression.
- The way how power and information flow through its hierarchy.
- How engaged employees are towards collective objectives.
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