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And People? Why Are Managers’ Cars the Most Important Asset in Every Organization? by Ivica Vrancic

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Kotter about organizational culture

John Kotter and James Haskett, Harvard Business School professors, published Corporate Culture and Performance, arguing that strong corporate cultures that facilitate adaptation to a changing world are associated with strong financial results. They found that those cultures highly value employees, customers, and owners and that those cultures encourage leadership from everyone in the firm. So if customer needs change, a firm’s culture almost forces people to change their practices to meet the new needs. And anyone, not just a few people, is empowered to do just that.

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