Creating and Preserving a Business Culture

Filho, Savio Capelossi
August 2007
Quality Progress;Aug2007, Vol. 40 Issue 8, p36
Academic Journal
The article discusses on how the culture in every company influenced the success in business. Culture has been regarded as significant in the sustainability and long-term success for every business ventures in one country, such that the dominant culture of any company is reflected in the behavior of its workers. In a corporate environment, some of the characters and values of its leaders, turn into rules that the employees adhere to and eventually lead to the characteristics of the firm itself. Likewise, such rules become the common values. Moreover, such values form the basis of the culture of the firm and can become significant factors that generate good long-term performance.


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