Improving Business Results by Correctly Utilizing Business Culture

Sajjad Soleimanifar *

Guangdong University of Foreign Studies, Guangzhou, China.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

This article examines the strategic significance of corporate culture as a basic factor in improving organizational performance and achieving outstanding business results. This study employs a rigorous research methodology that thoroughly examines existing literature and conducts a detailed analysis of various case studies. The findings of this study demonstrate the potential of implementing business culture principles in a nuanced manner to foster innovation, improve employee engagement, and sustain a competitive advantage over time. The findings illuminate the tactics that companies can utilize to harness the intrinsic value of corporate culture in order to attain unmatched success.

Keywords: Business culture, culture, performance, outcome


How to Cite

Soleimanifar , S. (2024). Improving Business Results by Correctly Utilizing Business Culture. Asian Journal of Language, Literature and Culture Studies, 7(2), 216–223. Retrieved from https://journalajl2c.com/index.php/AJL2C/article/view/179

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