Integrity: Having integrity means doing the right thing in a reliable way. It's a personality trait that we admire, since it means a person has a moral compass that doesn't waver. It literally means having "wholeness" of character, just as an integer is a "whole number" with no fractions. Physical objects can display integrity, too — if you're going over a rickety old bridge that sways in the wind, you might question its structural integrity.
Team Spirit: Organizations may have enormous resources to optimize production yet lack the strategy for creating the orientation in their employees and the environment to achieve their set goals. This remains the situation and a major management problem where specialization has been over emphasized with inequitable value placed on contributions of the various sections of the organization and individual employees. The contribution of the system view of organization to solving this problem is its explicit and empirical proof of the importance of each of the various components of the system for it to be able to function and attain a dynamic equilibrium for desired level of maximum productivity. It thus helps the manager to pull the various components of the organization together with the awareness, desire and commitment for a common goal.
Commitment: Commitment is one of those concepts that is used in a number of different ways. In most cases, we use the term to refer to a type of employee, that is, an employee with high organizational commitment. In this case, we generally refer to three observable patterns of behavior. When we see an employee exhibiting these patterns of behavior, we attribute these patterns to something we call commitment and we say that individual is committed.
Transparency: Transparency is one of the silent prerequisites of any free and efficient market. It helps to prevent the corruption that inevitably occurs when a select few have access to important information, allowing them to use it for personal gain.
Responsibility: Responsibility is a corporation's initiatives to assess and take responsibility for the company's effects on environmental and social wellbeing. The term generally applies to efforts that go beyond what may be required by regulators or environmental protection groups.