Resources about organizational culture
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast.” - Peter Drucker
What is Organizational Culture?
Organizational culture: The tacit social order of an organization, which shapes attitudes and behaviors. Cultural norms define what is encouraged, discouraged, accepted, or rejected within a group.
CCRI strives to promote a dynamic work environment where employees feel valued and can thrive. A positive workplace culture is key to creating this environment, and now is an exciting time to help shape what this culture can look like today and in the future at CCRI.
What are Operating Principles?
Operating Principles are concrete and practical statements that guide everyday decision‐making and behavior at all levels of an organization.* The CCRI Culture Initiative has worked to develop a set of Operating Principles that can clearly articulate the strengthened culture we strive for.
Below you can find links to learn more about organizational culture and how it impacts organizations and people: