During a recent twitter-chat, the first question was,

Q1. What does Organisation Culture mean to you?

Some inspiring responses from experts on Twitter. What is it for you? For your organization?

My two cents: The soul of the organization

Nothing is a coincidence. My Facebook throws up a quote I had shared earlier:

Master’s Voice: #Culture is the conscious effort put in by every being to achieve a transformation in their daily lives from untruth to truth, from non-conformance to scriptures to conformance to scriptural authority, and from evanescence to eternity. It is a spiritual journey towards Divinity

Can we define it better?

Culture is the soul of an organization. At the core of every organized activity, corporate or otherwise, is the individual. And every being, knowingly or unknowingly, is on a spiritual pilgrimage.

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