Culture - Deepstash


"Culture eats strategy for breakfast [...], it's what makes meaning of work." Any organization peak performance is the product of collaboration and accountability.

"Culture is a set of value and beliefs, as well as familiarity with the way things are done and should be done in a company. The point is that a strong and positive corporate culture is absolutely essential."

High-motivation cultures rely on a mix of two elements:

  • Catalysts, actions that support work.
  • Nourishers, acts of interpersonal support.

Companies that "out-behave" their competition will also outperform them.


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