organizational culture

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organizational culture

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(Sociology) the customs, rituals, and values shared by the members of an organization that have to be accepted by new members
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Sustainability should be part of the company's corporate DNA, he said, emphasizing how the transformation to a zero-waste facility of TDI's distillery in Batangas has provided greater value for business over the years.
In essence, innovation must be part of the corporate DNA.
RB: Being proactive and methodical seem to be in our corporate DNA. We embrace the idea that we want to be evolutionary rather than revolutionary, and that holds true with basically everything we do.
"It is part of our corporate DNA to inspire our customers, by providing them with not only the most performant ingredients, but also by crafting disruptive product concepts leveraging consumers insights and market trends to help them move faster on their market," explained Laurent Bourdeau, head of Active Beauty.
Inuvo shares corporate DNA with the former Acxiom Corp.
"Many look and feel the same, when in fact each and every company has its own corporate DNA," the report adds.
I realized that understanding corporate DNA and realizing there are only two positioning avenues from which to choose made the act of developing a compelling and differentiated market position much easier--with fewer choices--and certainly more authentic.
Three, innovation defines SAP's corporate DNA and Wall Street undervalues the sheer momentum of the new product offerings in the firm's business networks, human capital management and customer engagement/commerce divisions.
Canon prizes its corporate DNA of placing a high priority on technology.
Abdulla Elyas, chief people officer and co-founder, Careem, said: "Careem's aim to have a greater positive impact on the environment and society - both through how we do our business and how we engage with the world beyond - is a part of our corporate DNA. And after witnessing the incredible impact of our community programs in the past, including our partnership with UNHCR, we decided to invest in making our mission a reality and providing the resources it needs to scale sustainably." Careem said its sustainability vision is to create a positive impact in the region and that fulfilling this vision means setting new standards for brands in the broader Middle East for how to be a good corporate citizen.
In order to anchor this mindset in the corporate DNA, punctuality is writ big, not only for flight times but for everything the company does -- be it meetings, training sessions or paying its suppliers.
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