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We are seeing a renaissance of interest in culture and values in business these days, which PBT view as another example of nature hatred a vacuum: Culture and values are coming into focus now because we simply haven't given them much consideration in recent times.
In this piece, we'll delve into the relationship between "culture" and "values." We proud to work for a our client that has a strong culture, coupled with the right values.
We define a culture as a set of characteristics that sets one group of people apart from another.
The term "culture" has become a buzzword in the business community in the last few years. Different writers have defined culture in varying ways. In order to apply the concept of culture to any research, it is important that the idea be well understood.
Since our objective is to understand the relationship between IT and culture, we begin with the question: What is culture? Common features can be extracted from three widely cited definitions, as follows. Perhaps the most common definition employed in cross-cultural management research is Hofstedes.
We are honest in all our dealings and stand for what is right.
We show respect for one another by treating everyone with dignity and fairness.
We are accountable for our actions and honor our commitments.
We conduct our business as responsible citizens in accordance with applicable laws and regulations in each country where we operate.