Culture of an org
Company culture / Organizational culture / Corporate culture / Workplace culture……
-- all of us are probably aware of the above terms. Culture - But what is it exactly?
What culture is not ?
Company culture is the most widely misunderstood notion. In my opinion organization culture is certainly not:
- Your perks and benefits
- Is not performance bonuses and increments
- Is not fancy offices and sponsored meals
- Is not picnics and socials
Is not dress codes or 5 day
What defines a company’s culture?
Difficult to define - but Company culture can more simply be described as the shared ethos of an organization. It’s the way people feel about the work they do, the values they believe in, where they see the company going and what they’re doing to get it there. Collectively, these traits represent the personality — or culture — of an organization.
In my opinion RIGHT CULTURE
a) Guides discretionary behavior of an employee and it picks up where the employee handbook leaves off
b) Gives us courage about telling our bosses about our new ideas
c) Guides us on how to surface the problems/shortfalls and speak our minds
d) Employees make hundreds of decisions on their own every day, and culture is the omnipresent ubiquitous guide
e) Right culture is an equalizer and helps lift the weaker and makes the stronger modest
f) Right culture is where each employee is happy and the same gets reflected in their work and eventually happy customers
g) Right culture results in collaboration and mutual success. It is symbiotic between the company and the team.
I aspire to create a great culture at GlobalVox. A culture where our beliefs are shared, our visions are aligned, and our work styles and direction are cohesive. Open for cooperation, suggestions and feedbacks (critical feedbacks as well).