• What is organizational culture and Where does it come from?
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    Please help with this thx. In ref. to business management

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    Organizational culture is a broad term describing a general condition; it is not a specific thing that comes from one identifiable source.

    Every company has its own organizational culture, shaped by the attitudes and practices of that particular group of people and circumstances. "Corporate culture is rooted in an organization's goals, strategies, structure, and approaches to labor." The policies regarding chain of command, decision-making procedures, business goals and practices, as well as things like dress code, flexibility in scheduling work hours, provision of benefits like on-site child care or wellness facilities - all these and more impact the organizational culture of a given company.

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