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From Enron to Google, corporate culture says a lot about an organization's character, influencing how it's perceived by customers, employees and competitors. Corporate culture is an ambiguous term: Every company has one, but its elements change depending on the setting. A positive corporate culture may express itself through happy and secure employees in a friendly environment, while a negative one may be characterized by overworked employees or ill-defined team roles. Regardless of the specifics, culture can usually be found in a company's overall philosophy and how it reflects on workplace dynamics. On a ...
Research shows that leaders of high performing organizations strive to shape and maintain an optimally balanced culture. This task is easier said than done, because most leaders have a tendency to shape the culture toward one or two patterns at the expense of others - adding to the unbalanced organizational culture. Here are the four cultural patterns we tend to see in organizations - not surprisingly, they map to the Myers-Briggs® function pairs. Cooperative Pattern (SF): This pattern is based on the family/team concept and includes such positive elements as cooperation, team work, ... Read More
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