MIT Sloan Management Review Article on The Benefits of Framing Culture as a Management System

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  • Jason Korman
  • MIT Sloan Management Review
  • 2019

By approaching managerial decisions through the lens of culture, leaders can make a bigger impact for the organization and its employees.

Corporate culture is undergoing a transformation. As organizations evolve and reinvent themselves in response to societal changes, new technologies, and competitive disruption, they’re finding that hierarchical cultures of the past must change as well.

And while the shape and impact of corporate culture is changing in the 21st century, the role it can play as a determinant of success is not waning anytime soon. As the researchers of the MIT SMR/Glassdoor Culture 500 put it, “To survive and thrive in today’s market, a healthy corporate culture is more important than ever.”

About the Author

Jason Korman (@gapingvoid) is CEO of Gapingvoid Culture Design Group.

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