Organizational culture is a shared belief system with respect to one’s organization. Organizational culture is intangible and recognized as the collectivist shared values, which people follow in an organization or are expected to follow in the context of new recruits. The shared value will affect the employees, the management, and other stakeholders within the organization (the internal stakeholders). How the person acts, responds to situations, conducts themselves in the workplace and much more are dictated by organizational culture. Organizational culture not only has an impact on such elements, but also affects the general emotional connections one has with the workplace, the sensitivities to one’s cultural background, inclusion and more are also discussed in conjunction with organizational culture. Organizational culture as defined by Hofstede (1990) is a construct that is holistic. It is historically determined and relates the key anthropological concepts. The construct is soft and socially developed and is usually difficult to change as organizational culture is formed over the years. The below is a diagram on some components of organizational culture.