Organizational culture is a set of shared values, the unwritten rules which are often taken for granted, that guide the employees towards acceptable and rewarding behavior. The organizational culture exists at two distinct levels, visible and hidden.
A clan culture is a family-like or tribe-like type of corporate environment that emphasizes consensus and commonality of goals and values. Clan cultures are the most collaborative and the least competitive of the four main corporate culture models.
A market culture is a type of corporate culture that emphasizes competitiveness between the organization and its market competitors and between employees. The market model is the most aggressive and capitalistic of the four common corporate culture models.
In fact, Tibet was never completely isolated. Buddhist influence from India and Nepal and political influence from China played major roles in the organizational aspects of Tibetan society and culture. But by the eleventh century Tibet had acquired all the Buddhism it could from India, as Buddhism as an organized religion had ceased to exist there.