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If you are a professional engaged in the company’s numbers, accounting and sales, you are surely aware of everything that is required to get ahead in a competitive and challenging environment as the one from the companies having an organizational market culture because, even if all of the companies are concerned about their profits, the companies that have this kind of culture are primarily focused on achieving business goals, financial benefits and most of all exchanges with customers. In other words, their main goal is to increase their sales and enhance their profitability.
In this kind of companies, standards, values and their organizational culture in general are all addressed to finances and obtaining both profitability and profit goals. For this reason, the numbers of each employee count, that is to say, the increase on sales, closed contracts, new customers, fulfillment of financial goals, and of course leadership in this successful process.
That is why the companies’ work environments having a market culture are particularly competitive and challenging. They require their partners to have great skills on negotiations, strategies and have a certain degree of ambition. If you are really interested in this kind of companies, you have to remember that showing your abilities on the fulfillment of financial goals, your competitiveness, your cleverness to reach agreements or negotiate transactions, as well as your good relationship with customers, suppliers and any other external environment, are all essential skills to persuade them that you actually are a star employee.
Leaders in this kind of culture are those who totally fulfill both the financial and business goals of their companies, and hence they become successful together with a company that is equally successful.