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corporate culture
 
n
the distinctive ethos of an organization that influences the level of formality, loyalty, and general behaviour of its employees

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Main Entry:  corporate culture
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  the shared values, traditions, customs, philosophy, and policies of a corporation; also, the professional atmosphere that grows from this and affects behavior and performance
Example:  It is important for job-seekers to understand the corporate culture of an organization before accepting a job.
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Example sentences
Because improved quality demands a change in the corporate culture.
Independent thinking and creativity are not the usual skills rewarded in a
  corporate culture.
It's different at a small firm, with a different corporate culture.
Although little understood in businesses today, corporate culture is being
  measured-and risk better averted.
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