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Business Culture can be associated with the organizational climate.
Business cultures is very important for it influences management, business functions in fact it is a set of collective beliefs, values and attitudes which evolve.
Business culture is the relationship between clients and customers..
Business culture is somewhat 'silent' in the sense that it is not taught nor is it part of the induction programme for new employees. The way new employees learn the business culture is when they 'get involved' and find out the manner in which things are done in the organisation might not be they way they would want or like to do it. Organisations on the other hand find out what the business culture is when they do a climate survey. Applicants should familiarise themselves with the business culture of a company so that they can decide if it fits their personality otherwise they might have a rude awakening once employed.
Business culture is a model or style of business operations within a company. The business culture determines how different levels of staff communicate with one another as well as how employees deal with clients and customers.
There are different people all around the world and each one has their own culture. Accordingly, in Business and Organization, there is different culture because different people have different idea and create different style. Business culture is related to behavior, ethics, etiquette and more. Which culture will encompass as organization’s values, visions, working style, beliefs and habits.
Through business culture employees learn how to better view and understand the organization within which they work
Employees should know about the business they are working for and what it really entails and this is done through the business culture and also through socialization
What is the relevance of business culture
Culture is just one perspective that can help us to understand more about a business. \'Business culture\' is not just about how others see a business, but also about how the individuals within an organisation understand it.
In this section we explore how the concept of culture developed from research into differences between cultures at a national level. It is possible to see, or ‘feel’, that one business is different from another, and that this involves more than just how it presents itself to the outside world.
The cultural perspective has become popular in business studies because it offers a way of explaining performance and understanding difference.
It is only one way of analysing business, but it is an interesting one as it focuses particularly on the insider point of view, or on what it is ‘really’ like to work in an organisation.
Another central idea about organisational culture is that it has to be learnt by newcomers and that it takes time to understand. The term socialisation is sometimes used to describe how new employees learn the less obvious rules about what is acceptable and what is not.