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Corporate Culture

Corporate culture is a set of shared values, traditions, habits, and policies of a company. It is the combination of experiences and beliefs that are translated into accepted norms of behavior. The personality of an organization affects the behavior and performance of all single members. Different corporations have different cultures, which are determined by the sector in which the company operates and by the tasks and the various personalities of the people at work. The beliefs are created by the individuals within the organization. They are shared both explicitly and tacitly among colleagues. The culture of a company is the net that links all employees together, and it should be a tool of alignment on the same goals and on how to reach them. ...

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