Corporate Culture Knowledge Center

Establish a strategic company culture

A company is a living system with its own core values; organizational culture includes everything that makes up that company and gives it a unique identity, even if it creates similar products and services as the competition. Ultimately, it's the expression of organizational culture that can determine the success or failure of a corporation. But creating--or changing--a corporate culture to ensure success can be difficult.

Shaping organizational culture

Establishing and modifying company culture on a strategic level can be challenging, but not impossible. With the proper form of leadership and the realization that engaged employees lead to positive change, building a high-performance company culture is a winning solution.

i4cp provides members with the tools they need to identify best and next practices to successfully lead strategic shifts in corporate culture, including: a team of workforce experts, analysts, and researchers; unbiased vendor- and consultant-free research; and insight into practices at other, similar organizations.

Corporate culture research, reports, and peer connections

i4cp members utilize the Corporate Culture Knowledge Center to keep a pulse on strategic culture trends and developments, with access to:

  • Corporate culture reports and primary research survey findings
  • Corporate culture Playbooks and executive summaries
  • Topical PowerPoint® graphics
  • Organizational culture research articles
  • A comprehensive database of third-party research
  • Online and offline Q&A with peers at other member companies

Learn how i4cp can help you strategically align your company culture. Contact us today.

Corporate Culture Articles

What Your D&I Policy is Missing: Employing People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities
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New Voice in the C-Suite: The Chief Accessibility Officer
Meet Frances West, IBM's first Chief Accessibility Officer. West was named to the position this past summer--she previously served as global director...
Diversity & Inclusion: Beyond the Programs
It's one thing to offer diversity and inclusion (D&I) programs, it's another to make diversity and inclusion stated corporate values that are...
How to Ensure Your Corporate Culture Can Respond Quickly to Market Changes
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Biting Ears and Anticipating Change
"Everyone has a plan 'til they get punched in the mouth." - Mike TysonIt's hard to know exactly what Mike Tyson was talking about when he said that,...