Living Culture: A Values-driven Approach to Revitalising Your Company Culture

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Random House Business, 2000 - Corporate culture - 188 pages
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One of the greatest challenges business faces in the new century is attracting and keeping good people. Employees want interesting challenges, a sense of belonging and a vision they can believe in. In other words, a culture which inspires loyalty and passion. "Living Culture" provides a clear model of how culture works in an organization, and what must be done to change it.

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Contents

The Importance of Culture
1
The Principles of Culture Change
18
The Principles in Action
54
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About the author (2000)

Jan Thornbury designed and led the global culture change process for KPMG.

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