Corporate Culture by Auxillium West. An introduction to corporate culture, including:
Cultural Evolution by Daintry Duffy, CIO Enterprise, January 15, 1999. A focus on the financial benefits of building a solid corporate culture, such as reduced hiring and training costs due to lower employee turnover. The article also:
Corporate Culture / Organizational Culture: Understanding and Assessment by Richard Hagberg and Julie Heifetz, Hagberg Consulting Group. Comprehensive paper providing an academic foundation for understanding the subject of corporate culture. Among the topics covered:
How an organization's culture is expressed and transmitted by the Hagberg Consulting Group. Eight ways are listed, such as "what leaders pay attention to, measure and control."
Seven Levels of Organizational Consciousness by Richard Barrett. The author presents a model of corporate culture that is loosely tied to Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs. The premise of the model is that the most successful companies build corporate cultures that encourage and nurture higher level needs and values, such as genuinely caring for their employees and customers rather than viewing them only as a means to greater profits.