Values make the business foundation. They define a mission, a vision and a way of making decisions. While the mission determines the reasons for a company's existence, “This is what we do”, the values explain the way we come to it - codifying the organizational behavior that makes the "Ten Commandments" for the company.
In order for values to be effectively communicated in the company, it is necessary to make sure that employees understand and follow the rules and codes of conduct, and to help them express themselves and use company values as a framework when making decisions, which is a part of integrative communication. The goal of complete integrative communication is the implementation of codes and procedures and encouraging management at all levels in their implementation (“walk to talk”).
The purpose of corporate governance is to encourage efficient, innovative and wise governance that leads to long-term success of the company, which includes developing culture, values and integration of the company based on respecting regulatory framework and integration. Management that embraces innovative solutions and is led by proactive identification of business key risks and their management in is vital for any company.
Integrative organizational culture
Integrative organizational culture provides:
- Long-term Sustainability