Keep your eyes on your own paper, because using another company’s culture as a benchmark isn’t going to help you create a strong one at your company.
Forget about culture eating strategy (which is kind of a myth). Let's focus on how your culture might be destroying your efforts to innovate.
If you want cultures that value things like innovation, collaboration, or agility, I hope you're willing to put the hard work into building the systems and processes to support those ideas.
Measuring and understanding your workplace culture is like a truth-seeking mission. If you do it the right way, it’s not about generating a report card. It’s about uncovering workforce intelligence at the root.
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