Creating a corporate culture is just like creating a productive garden from the ground up. You will want to look at some of the elements that are already in place such as the position of the sun, where the shade is, and where does the water drain to. When developing a corporate culture, you will be evaluating your organization in the same way. You need to evaluate the attitudes and assets of the company in the same way.
Furthermore, you will have to commit to each and every step in the process. Think of testing the soil to check what is missing, appropriately enriching it, selecting what you need to pant, and taking good care of the same. You will pull up the weeds as soon as they crop up and not having to wait for them to develop their tenacious roots. You need to deal with the organizational culture in the same way. If you allow bad habit to become deep rooted in your organization, you will find it hard to get out of the practices. Besides, some of them will have permanent effects of your organization and recovering from the process will not be easy.
Even though you would like your garden to be a place that is highly productive, you have to sheer beauty in some of the places. Perhaps, you will require a place for the wildflowers, broader for the perennial greenery, and a peaceful rock garden off in the shade. You need some analogous approaches to see the development of good corporate culture.