Legal and Ethicsl Issues in HHS

I am suppose to list examples of tangible and intangible forms of an organizational culture. I have got examples for tangible such as rituals, shared values, heroes, and heroines, ceremonies, stories, cultural network, physical impression, language, values, beliefs and norms. I need help with intangible forms of an organizational culture. Can anyone help please.

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  1. Shared values, values, beliefs, and norms are intangible; they cannot be seen or touched. (Tangible means you can touch it.)

    What other elements of a culture can you NOT see or touch?

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  2. Tangible is something that you can touch. What forms of business can you touch, what forms of buisness can you not touch. Example of tangible is co- workers, we work together everyday. Intangible would be race, ethnics etc...

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