Organizational Culture

What is Organizational Culture?


‘Organizational Culture’ or ‘Corporate Culture’ is the overall culture and set of behaviours followed by the employees in an organization. It includes the values, beliefs, behaviour, etc. of the employees.


We can think of it like a personality of the company. As a personality is what makes human beings distinct from others, an organizational culture is what makes a company unique from its competitors.


An ideal organizational culture would be able to motivate the employees by exemplifying their positive traits. It is developed by the way the company conducts its daily business and it is one of the most important factors that helps a company overcome a crisis situation.

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