Organizational Culture

What's 'Organizational CULTURE'?

Culture refers to the shared values, beliefs, behaviors, and procedures that create a unique atmosphere and environment within a company, impacting how people think and act. Culture can be thought of as an organization’s “personality,” determining how people interact and collaborate to achieve common goals.

There are multiple ways
to categorize and define organizational culture

Type of organizational structure

Types of organizational structures include hierarchical, flat, matrix, and network structures.


Type of working

Types of working include task-oriented, process-oriented, and team-oriented working.


Type of power distribution

Types of power distribution include authoritarian, democratic, and laissez-faire power structures.


Our Step to Create Organizational Culture

We provide the consultative service for the whole loop of organizational culture design. We start by creating organizational core value. Core value is the guiding principles that define an organization’s culture and shape the behavior and decision-making of its employees. We also create the picture of expectation as well.

Core Value is not Core Competency but they are related

A core value is a set of principles that establishes an organization’s culture and drives employee behavior.

On the other hand, the term “core competency” refers to an organization’s specific skills and abilities that enable it to generate superior products or services and gain a market competitive advantage.