Workplace culture begins with the priorities and values of senior management and works its way down through employee behavior and relationships. It’s formed by company policies and leadership style, as well as the physical workspace, which today is increasingly influenced by technology. Just a few years ago cell phones and laptops were not welcome in meetings but today they are often an integral component. But these same tools can overwhelm employees who are often asked to think about work and be connected 24/7. On the other hand, when used correctly, technology can improve productivity and organization, and help foster a culture of collaboration, teamwork and flexibility.