We are currently going through the book, Deep Change by Robert E. Quinn. Fantastic book and chapter 2 is "Experiencing Slow Death". A couple things that jumped out at me were the statements,
Culture is the intersection of people and values such that it produces behaviors. Sometimes those behaviors are positive and beneficial; other times they are negative and destructive. Ultimately, its these behaviors that shape
"Maybe rounds down to a "No" when you're talking about culture.
It's far to easy to make excuses than do the hard thing - say No. Especially when it comes to hiring people
"A persons ability to experience a culture is directly dependent on their up-line's internalization of it. You have to live a culture for it to be alive."
If you haven't figure out by
It's Thursday - that means my kids are with me and I was picking them up from school but it wasn't just any Thursday, it's Thirsty Thursday. That's the one day a month