Survey reveals relationship between chief executives that intentionally target their company’s culture and company performance.
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Culture is considered an increasingly important issue inside organisations but research now suggests it is also a key growth factor.
A survey from international search firm Heidrick and Struggles (H&S) reveals a relationship between chief executives that intentionally target their company’s culture and performance.
A total of 70% of UK chief executives polled told H&S they have made workplace culture a key priority. The number is the same in Spain, rising to 78% in France and a hefty 82% in Germany. But a group of CEOs identified as having a more intensive focus on culture—dubbed “culture accelerators” by H&S—were
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