Has your company culture morphed into a frankenstein with a life of its own? It’s almost certainly distracting you and everyone else from actually doing great work.
Company culture is an amorphous concept at the best of times. About the only thing you can be sure of is that when it’s bad, you know it.
The lousy utility company’s so-called “customer service” call center; the uniformly unsmiling flight attendants working for that dreadful airline; the coffee shop with no atmosphere, dire food, and non-existent service–when you interact with a business that has a soured or bad culture, it’s painfully obvious.
So the opposite must be true, right? That you can tell a company has a great culture by experiencing the opposite–perky people, fun atmosphere, lots of excitement.
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