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The Many Myths of Corporate Culture

The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, deliberate, contrived and dishonest, but the myth, persistent, persuasive and unrealistic.  ~ John F. Kennedy  Corporate culture is one of those business issues that, as we have seen, … Continue reading

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A Few More Myths About Corporate Culture

This is the third (and final) posting on the myths of corporate culture.  You might want to review the first and second posting as well.  These myths are taken from a chapter in my new book – LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to … Continue reading

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More Myths About Corporate Culture . . .

(this post is taken from a chapter in my new book – LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to Corporate Culture, which will be available near the end of October.  See my previous blog posting for Myths 1-4) Myths are public dreams, dreams … Continue reading

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Myths about Corporate Culture . . .

(this post is taken from a chapter in my new book – LEVERAGE: The CEO’s Guide to Corporate Culture, which will be available near the end of October) The great enemy of the truth is very often not the lie, … Continue reading

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