Harvard Business Review asks:
What is CULTURE in one word?
Harvard Business Review in LinkedIn asks: What is culture (in one or two words)? ...
Identity networks ... e.g. Quaker bankers of the 19th century. (I'm also engaging aspects of Professor Manuel Castells' conceiving of culture, for example, in his trilogy "The Rise of the Network Society" which theorizes the information age and global information capitalism ... (http://scottmacleod.com)
(See, too - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/What-is-CULTURE-in-one-3044917.S.5874887483736489988?qid=0d152abe-aa74-4905-995b-d61e1027390a&trk=groups_most_popular-0-b-ttl&goback=%2Egmp_3044917)
The number of responses to this HBR question when I looked recently was around 1,500 ...
I'd also add that "shared understandings" from a kind of emic perspective, and mileu / context (e.g. the Harbin Hot Springs' pool area, warm pool and valley all shape / influence its counterculture) from an etic perspective, inform my current working thinking about socioculture.
Apple 2.x dictionary:
• the customs, arts, social institutions, and achievements of a particular nation, people, or other social group : Caribbean culture | people from many different cultures.
• the attitudes and behavior characteristic of a particular social group :
There are so many definitions of culture by so many people in this business social networking site - who are all crowdsourcing a definition, in a sense, "by the people" ... this is fascinating vis-a-vis Anthropology's many very focused approaches (e.g. ethnographies, papers and books) to conceivings of culture ... for more than a century and a half.
Harvard Business Review also asks
What is the single most important quality for a leader to have?
I'll offer two ideas: skill and excellence (Arete and Virtu) ... drawing my definitions from ancient Greece and Renaissance Italy (e.g. http://www.emachiavelli.com/Mach%20and%20Plato.htm ).
The number of responses to this HBR question when I looked recently was around 4,900 ...
I draw for these latter ideas from Reed College's Freshman Humanities' course in its second semester (Italian Renaissance).
... will add this blog entry to the WUaS Anthropology wiki subject page, which will eventually become a (wiki) Anthropology department, and in many languages ...
Wiki as processes is also a fascinating example of culture generation ... and this blog, and my Harbin ethnographic book ... also explicitly engage questions of counterculture vis-a-vis the culture idea.