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how would you describe the corperate culture

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Valerie’s Answer

I assume you mean corporate culture! It is fast paced and you need to keep abreast of developments in your field. Teamwork and collaborative skills are valued to move the ball forward!! Join relevant trade and professional organizations to expand your network!!! It is important to follow the chain of command to avoid ruffling feathers unnecessarily!!!!
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Dr. Frank’s Answer





It defines the environment in which employees work. Company culture includes a variety of elements, including work environment, company mission, value, ethics, expectations, and goals. ... Google is an example of an organization with a clear company culture.

Corporate culture also refers to the beliefs and behaviors that determine how a company's employees and management interact and handle outside business transactions. Often, corporate culture is implied, not expressly defined, and develops organically over time from the cumulative traits of the people the company hires.


Based on these parameters, the framework breaks organizational corporate cultures in the health care into four distinct quadrants or cultural types: The Clan Culture, the Adhocracy Culture, the Market Culture, and the Hierarchy Culture.
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Daniel’s Answer

I think the most important thing to realize there are real deadlines that have an impact on clients. If these deadlines are not met, there can be a wide range of consequences. In school, if you miss a deadline, it's usually not a big deal depending on the assignment type. You go to office hours and can sometimes even make it up. In the corporate world, deadlines are unforgiving and can result in something as drastic as being fired.

All of this lends itself to the creation of the corporate culture; everyone is highly motivated and willing to do their part to make deadlines. I think corporate culture can also be frustrating because of this- sometimes the part you are tasked with is not something you are passionate about, but you have to do it as a team is relying on you. As you progress in your career though, you will slowly but surely get tasked with projects you are more interested in.
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