The phrase “adaptive culture” refers to the sphere of ideas, beliefs, values, and practices as opposed to the material culture of created goods and is most often used in American cultural anthropology. It refers to the blending process of individuals or groups into new cultures.
Sociology and anthropology
Adaptive culture explains the steps and length of time needed to integrate into a new culture. An immigrant who wishes to integrate and adapt to the new culture must accept the society’s new cultural norms. People must learn how to adjust to new cultural norms, beliefs, and ideas.
An adaptable culture can quickly and efficiently adjust to changing circumstances. A company is regarded as having an adaptable culture in the business world if it can keep up with the industry’s constant transformations. Such a company is constantly prepared to change course in accordance with the market’s current pressures.
Adaptive Corporate Culture
The tone, environment, and expectations of a mentally, spiritually, and socially healthy organization are purposefully created by an adaptive corporate culture, encouraging employees to experience psychological well-being. The culture also leverages organizational health as a motivator for top performance. The cultural expectation is that the organization will function at its highest level due to improved employee psychological health.