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ORGANIZATIONAL CULTURE

Most companies claim that people are their most important asset, but unless employees are made to feel important, they'll never believe it.

An organization's culture is the glue that binds everyone together. It represents the norms, practices, and expectations for how everyone will function together. As such, it is the backdrop and foundation for everything else that occurs. As organizations develop a reputation for being a good or bad place to work, that will serve to perpetuate the perceptions of everyone within the organization as well as those outside it. Most organizations use “core” or “shared” values to communicate ...

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