corporate culture


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to corporate culture: Organizational culture

corporate culture

n
(Commerce) the distinctive ethos of an organization that influences the level of formality, loyalty, and general behaviour of its employees
References in periodicals archive ?
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 4, 2019-Irrational Capital, ValueAct Spring Fund partner to leverage links between corporate culture, stock performance
Global Banking News-March 4, 2019-Irrational Capital, ValueAct Spring Fund partner to leverage links between corporate culture, stock performance
BANKING AND CREDIT NEWS-March 4, 2019-Irrational Capital, ValueAct Spring Fund partner to leverage links between corporate culture, stock performance
Hopefully, your surveys and field visits will prove that your actual corporate culture is aligned with the one you intended.
So, there is a need to investigate the impact of ISO 9001:2015 new version on product quality and also to explore the mediating role of the corporate culture.
The Pearl Initiative, an independent non-profit organisation promoting a corporate culture of accountability and transparency in the Gulf Region, has signed a Memorandum of Engagement (MoE) with ASDA'A BCW highlighting their commitment to enhancing corporate accountability and transparency in the region.
LAHORE: Realising the significance and transformative power of sports in the development of Corporate Culture and the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of the company, the management of MPCL established a Sports Department that has now launched multiple sports championships.
Jassim Haji, researcher on institutional, economic, and technological culture, who presented to him a copy of his book entitled "Lessons in Corporate Culture on Dealing with Companies' Local Culture ".
Corporate culture and tone at the top are considered key drivers of ethical behavior, but boards of directors often devote little time to the topic.
Currently, he is providing consulting and education to companies and individuals in 30 countries on career development and corporate culture. 'When I returned to Korea, I found Korean firms were doing the exact opposite of best practices pursued by foreign firms in terms of human resources management,' Eun said.
Nike CEO Mark Parker has apologized to staff for enabling a corporate culture that excluded some employees and failed to take seriously complaints about workplace issues, the Wall Street Journal reports, citing people familiar with the matter.

Full browser ?