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Creating a Culture That Performs

Identifying the Culture Challenge

An analysis of earnings calls since 2010 shows culture is by far the most discussed talent issue and that mentions of culture have increased by 12% annually. Frequent appearances of organizational cultures in headlines are also spurring more public discussions of culture’s criticality to a firm’s reputation and, ultimately, its success.

Despite all this time and investment, only 31% of HR leaders agree their organizations have the necessary culture to drive future business performance.

We found the key differentiator that underlies cultural performance is not choosing a particular culture but rather how to get employees to demonstrate the culture organizations need, whatever that might be.

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Culture that performs

About the CHRO Quarterly

CHRO Quarterly magazine examines the most important issues related to managing human capital. Articles feature the latest insights from around the corporate suite, new trends in HR, and personal stories from heads of HR at the world's largest organizations. 

Based on results from our 2017 study on organizational culture, download this article to learn how organiztions can create a culture which performs and drive future business performance.

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