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Organizational values. You've probably heard that term, maybe from HR, maybe from company leaders. But why does something like having organizational values matter for your company? Well, you wouldn’t start a road trip without a map, right? The clearer a goal is, the better the chance that it will be achieved.
Question: Which company does this mission statement belong to? “Respect, Integrity, Communication and Excellence . . . We treat others as we would like to be treated ourselves. We do not tolerate abusive or disrespectful treatment. Ruthlessness, callousness and arrogance don't belong here.”
In the working world, corporations are people. That being the case, corporations have an obligation to give back to folks who need it the most. They also have an obligation to protect the planet for future generations. These organizations not only have innovative cultures, they also have inspiring organizational values.