Specializing in the production of bus processing machine manufacturers

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Specializing in the production of bus processing machine manufacturers

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 organizational structures and systems that are compatible with it.

The corporate culture is the mission, vision, purpose, spirit, values, and business philosophy of the organization that are recognized and obeyed by all employees in the production and operation practice of the company, and these concepts are used in production and operation. The sum of practice, management system, employee behavior and the external image of the company. It is different from the cultural nature of cultural, educational, scientific, and military organizations.

Corporate culture is the soul of an enterprise and an inexhaustible driving force for its development. It contains very rich content, and its core is the spirit and values ​​of the enterprise. The values ​​here do not generally refer to various cultural phenomena in corporate management, but the values ​​held by the company or its employees in the production and management of commodities.

Different expressions of corporate culture concept

Regarding the concept of corporate culture, there are many different understandings and expressions:

1. American scholars John Kurt and James Heskett believe that corporate culture refers to the corporate values ​​and operating practices shared by various departments in an enterprise, at least by the top managers of the enterprise. ……Refers to the common cultural phenomenon owned by various functional departments of a branch or departments located in different geographical environments.

2. Tres Deere and Alan Kennedy believe that corporate culture is values, heroes, custom rituals, cultural networks, and corporate environment.

3. William Ouchi believes that corporate culture is "enterprising, defensive, and flexible--that is, values ​​that determine activities, opinions, and behavior patterns.

4. Enterprise culture is a new modern enterprise management theory. If an enterprise truly enters the market, it must popularize and deepen its corporate culture if it is to enter the market and find a way of faster development, better efficiency, continuous improvement of overall quality, and coordinated economic development. Construction.

5. Corporate culture can be understood in a broad sense and a narrow sense. The broad sense of corporate culture refers to the material culture and spiritual culture with its own characteristics created by the enterprise; the narrow sense of corporate culture is the synthesis of its own individual business purpose, values ​​and ethical codes of conduct.

6. Corporate culture is an organic and important part of the social cultural system. It is the comprehensive reflection and expression of national culture and modern consciousness in the enterprise. It is formed under the influence of national culture and modern consciousness with corporate characteristics and group consciousness. This kind of consciousness produces a code of behavior.

7. Corporate culture is the general cognition and attitude of the groups in the company to the outside world.