Discover the six motives to work on your company culture. The motivations can be divided into two group; Internal and External.
The first group comprises three reasons to work on culture that is all to do with an internal aspect of culture. In other words how culture is impacting events and understanding within the business.
The second group is again comprised of three reasons to work on culture that have connotations and connections to do with elements that lie outside of the organisation’s culture.
Consider the six motives to work on your company culture, and consider how many of the six currently relate to your culture. We will begin with the three internal motives to work on culture first.
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