Cracking the Culture Code

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Workplace culture has become a focal point of business development over the last two decades. Leaders of all types of organizations - corporate, nonprofit, academic, and government - desire highly efficient, highly productive teams that bring success. And creating the right culture is widely understood as a way to attract and retain the best employees and enjoy success. But how to create such a culture is often a mystery.

 

For four years, author Daniel Coyle researched eight of the world's most successful groups, including a military unit, professional sports team, and even a band of jewel thieves in a quest to better understand what kinds of teams succeed and why.

Guests: 

Daniel Coyle
Author, The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

 

Dan Moulthrop
CEO, The City Club of Cleveland

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