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Ron Ashkenas: You Can't Dictate Culture -- But You Can Influence It

Most senior managers struggle with culture because it's so difficult to define. Even less tangible than a "soft" concept, culture is more like a cloud: You know it's there, but it's nearly impossible to grasp.
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