It’s become a buzz word in the business community over last few decades: Google “culture” and you’ll find countless posts, publications, discussion forums, learning events and sites for self-proclaimed gurus that all claim to know the best practice for enhancing the way your organization develops on a human level. Institutions even exist to study and recognize workplace cultures, from small startups to some of the best-known multinationals, sharing what makes the best ones tick and how to “officially” become one. Studies show that creating a great workplace culture can produce highly-engaged workers and superior business performance. I can identify, from my own experiences: Workplace culture makes a difference in how an organization performs. It matters. But what is culture, really? How do you create it? And ultimately, how do you know if you have cultivated the one reflective of and/or desired by your business?