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The 3 levels of a company culture

The 3 levels of a company culture

  • Artifacts - things you can see, touch, smell: Ping pong tables, happy hours, and free lunches.
  • Espoused values and beliefs - the mission statement you wrote together as a company or the code of conduct that’s in your employee handbook.
  • Basic underlying assumptions: the things people actually believe, the core layer of culture.

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