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Who “Owns” Corporate Culture?

If everyone is accountable, then no one is accountable. When organisations and companies first evolved, it was the founder who tended to be responsible for just about everything, from visiting the factory floor and telling people what to do, visiting … Continue reading

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The Truth about a Merger of Equals . . .

┬áThere is no such thing as a merger of equals! On May 6, 1998 the largest merger in automobile history was heralded as “A Merger of Equals” and promised to propel the new DaimlerChrysler as a leading player in the … Continue reading

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