Broadly speaking, culture is the sum of material wealth and spiritual wealth created in the historical practice of human society. In a narrow sense, culture is the social ideology and the organization and system that suits it.
The corporate culture is gradually formed by the enterprise in the practice of production and management. It is the mission, vision, purpose, spirit, values and business philosophy that are recognized and adhered to by all employees, and these concepts are in production and management. The sum of practice, management system, employee behavior and corporate image. It is different from the cultural nature of organizations such as culture, education, research, and military.
Corporate culture is the soul of the enterprise and an inexhaustible driving force for the development of the enterprise. It contains a very rich content, the core of which is the spirit and values of the company. The values here do not refer to various cultural phenomena in business management, but the values held by employees in enterprises or enterprises in the production and operation of goods.
Different expressions of corporate culture concepts
The concept of corporate culture is made up of many different understandings and expressions:
1. American scholars John Cotter and James Heskert believe that corporate culture refers to the corporate values and business practices shared by various departments of an enterprise, at least the top management of the enterprise. ... refers to the common cultural phenomenon possessed by various functional departments of a branch of an enterprise or by departments located in different geographical environments.
2. Tres Deere and Alan Kennedy believe that corporate culture is a value, a hero, a custom ritual, a cultural network, and a corporate environment.
3. William Dana believes that corporate culture is “aggressive, defensive, and flexible—that is, the values that define activities, opinions, and behavioral patterns.
4. Corporate culture is a new modern enterprise management theory. Enterprises must truly enter the market and develop a path of rapid development, better efficiency, continuous improvement of overall quality, and coordinated economic development. It is necessary to popularize and deepen corporate culture. Construction.
5. Corporate culture has two broad and narrow definitions. The corporate culture in a broad sense refers to the material culture and spiritual culture created by the enterprise with its own characteristics; the narrow corporate culture is the combination of the business purpose, value concept and moral behavior standard formed by the enterprise.
6. Corporate culture is an organic and important component of the social and cultural system. It is a comprehensive reflection and expression of national culture and modern consciousness within the enterprise. It is characterized by corporate culture and group consciousness under the influence of national culture and modern consciousness. The code of conduct produced by this consciousness.
7. Corporate culture is a common perception and attitude towards the outside world. --