How to be a culture architect

14 May 2015 12:00 | JHRS (Administrator)

Culture isn't created by tangible, surface-level perks and policies, like dress code or a the presence of a ping-pong table. Instead, culture is the collective values, norms and beliefs of your organization. And for culture to be intentional, it needs to be threaded through everything you do — every policy, procedure, system, benefit, perk, even your office set-up.

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