Every period is characterised by a certain currency exchange regime and monetary regime. Examples would be the gold standard, fixed or floating exchange rates. Role of central banks and monetary policy and high-finance.
Core values such as nationalism, enlightenment values, religion, work ethics or localisms.
In Marxist language the sphere of reproduction, but there is a distinction to be made between classic institutions of care for dependend people and the more molecular far less weakly institutionalised set of relations that are ultimately more important, regarding the ways humans care for each other either within families or in other relationships.
The motivation that individuals have to realise the value of the product.
These are the institutions that provide the local codes and standards that allow the intregrative process to happen.
The characteristics of the wage relation. A type of that would be a seniority based salary. Also forms of conflict resolution and baragining. The classical form is industrial action and collective bargaining, but in fact capital firms encounter many other forms of resistance and conflict, having as content environmental issues, conditions of work and rights claims.
How corporations raise money in order to grow and to survive the low points in the business cycle. How to, in business terms, sustain a cash flow that allows to survive and grow.
How a distribution system creates a viable market for a product. The realisation of value in Marxist terms.
An assembly line can be an organisational form not just a technology. Other examples would be the networked firm or outsourcing or Just-In-Time production.