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A recent study conducted jointly by the Fuqua School of Business at Duke University and the Columbia Business School found that 85% of executives feel their culture isn’t where it needs to be. This fact, combined with numerous studies finding a strong correlation between a positive culture and profits, shows the importance of creating a strong corporate culture within an organization. In fact, research by Harvard Professor James Hesket found about half the difference in operating profit between organizations can be attributed to effective culture. Developing organizational culture has gone from unfeasible, to popular, to serious in a short period of time. 

Stuart Levine

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