Question: Where can I find articles on corporate culture?
A company develops organically over time from the cumulative traits of the people the company hires. Corporate culture is generally not expressly defined. If it is, the culture stated may not always match the current culture or what it’s actually like to work within the corporation.
One way to search for a company's corporate culture is to search their website and culture. For example search “walmart.com corporate culture” This type of search may result, as in this example, in a careers and core values section of the company site.
Go to the Virtual Business Library's Journals/Newspapers section for useful links to articles and newspapers including ABI/INFORM or Business Source Complete.
Go to the Virtual Business Library's Case Studies section for useful resources including a link to the following suggested resource:
Sage Business Cases: Provides a digital collection of business cases, search “corporate culture” in the advanced search tab.
in addition, search recruiting websites such as Indeed, Glassdoor or the Vault for insider information and glimpses into a company's corporate culture. NYU has a subscription to the Vault. Search the catalog for access, or click here.