Many business courses will ask you to look at how specific businesses operate, what their core values are, and what their specific mission and practices look like. All these things combined can be referred to as “organizational culture.” Each business is unique and has a culture of its own. Some businesses are more successful than others, and some have higher employee satisfaction rates. Being able to analyze a business’s culture and attribute its specific success or failure to its operational style is an important skill in many business courses. The paper below outlines one hypothetical example using APA 7th edition style.
Organizational Culture [PDF]