Organizational capital are elements of organizational culture that are independent of employees. This is a type of intellectual capital that includes any structures that help employees to be more productive and creative. The following are common examples.
A documented mission and vision that serve as a purpose and direction for a firm.
Organizational StructureThe structure of a firm as represented by an org chart. For example, a flat organization with few levels versus a tall hierarchy.
Guidelines designed to direct decision making and strategy.
PolicyPolicies such as a code of conduct.
StoriesDocumented stories designed to create a culture or explain a firm's legacy.
TrainingTraining materials such as onboarding documentation and media.
ToolsTools that are relevant to organizational culture such as a knowledge management system or anonymous feedback tool.
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A definition of structural capital with examples.
Assets that have no physical presence.
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A definition of cultural capital with examples.
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