CHAPTER 4

Corporate Culture

Every business organization is different and has differences, as exemplified by the formal or informal basic business principles on which the organization conducts its business. It is these basic business principles that form the culture of the organization and enable it to operate smoothly and flexibly or create bottlenecks and barriers to effective operations. And as employees it enables some to adapt easily to the organizational norms and others to fight against them. Even in the same organization employees do not see everything alike. If they did, they would all want to work for the same organization, and that could be a real space problem.

IF YOU UNDERSTAND THE CORPORATE CULTURE

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