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On the Origin and Evolution of Corporate Culture Preliminary and Incomplete

@inproceedings{Steen2003OnTO,
  title={On the Origin and Evolution of Corporate Culture Preliminary and Incomplete},
  author={E. Steen},
  year={2003}
}
  • E. Steen
  • Published 2003
  • Where does corporate culture come from? In trying to answer that question, this paper also suggests a new perspective on the relationship between corporate culture and performance. The paper does essentially two things. First, it develops a simple model of corporate culture, based on the notion of culture as shared beliefs or assumptions, as suggested by the management literature. Culture, in this model, evolves from the common experiences of a firm’s members. To partially validate the model, I… CONTINUE READING

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