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Nov 28, 2006


Firm Culture

The following questions was recently submitted for comment:

Question: I often hear the term firm culture used. What does this term mean and what impact does it have upon management of a law firm?

Response:

Firm culture is the part of the firm’s internal environment that incorporates a set of assumptions, beliefs, and values that organizational members share and use to guide their functioning. Is a pattern of shared values and beliefs giving members of a firm meaning and providing them with rules for behavior. These values are inherent in the ways organizations and their members view themselves, define opportunities, and plan strategies.

Much as personality shapes an individual, organizational culture shapes its members responses and defines what an organization can or is willing to do. Click here for link to full article


Posted at 08:02 PM in Culture
Tags: Law Firm Culture

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