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Culture varies for every company so keep tinkering

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focus groups, and more. Culture varies for every company, so keep tinkering and trying new practices until you find what works best for your organization. Creating a corporate culture isn’t something that happens overnight—it is a journey. However, that’s not to say that every company can’t benefit from investing time in engaging and empowering employees. After all, corporate culture not only sets the company up for success
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financially, it also brings in talented recruits and improves morale for a stronger and more cohesive organization. Bottom line The good corporate culture not only can help the company make a suitable and good decision but also can form a good leadership to lead the development of the company. Firstly, the company should change a problem culture for their strategic management. The major step is to diagnose which sides of the present culture are strategy-supportive and which are not. Then, managers must talk openly to all concerned about those aspects of the culture that must be changed. For instance, when the old hotel need renovate to one completely new and luxury hotel, all physical equipment and management structures, vision and mission will be changed. For this period, managers should use correct attitudes and communication skills to help employees through the change of the hotel. Secondly, the company should symbolic culture-changing actions. The best companies and the best executives expertly use symbols, role models, ceremonial occasions, and group gatherings to tighten the strategy-culture fit. For example, low-cost leaders like Wal-Mart and Nucor are renowned for their facilities, executive frugality, intolerance of waste and control of costs. Finally, the company should build ethic and spirit of high performance into the corporate culture. Because a strong corporate culture founded on ethical business principles and moral values can become a vital driving force behind continued strategic success. And build a spirit of high performance into the culture can make culture become results-oriented, and it uses people- management practices that inspire workers to do their best. Though the analysis, it is easy can see that the corporate culture is the symbol of the business company, and it plays a role of the driver to lead the company to become unique and form competitive advantages in this such competitive business environment as well. To develop, improve even protect this competitive advantage of a company, each role in the organization should try best to play, whoever managers, executives, captains, and staffs. Developing, implementing and improving one strong corporate culture to aid strategic management and make the organization successful. Conclusion Overall, corporate culture is important for the strategic management. And for the organization, having one suitable and strong corporate culture is very crucial. It is the directions and competitive advantages for the strategic management. In addition, creating a strong fit between strategy and culture is necessary. Changing the organizational culture needs time, commitment,
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