As stated in our definition, "A World Class Culture is created and sustained by leaders," anyone can achieve a mediocre culture, without trying. A World Class Culture requires enlightened, hard-working leadership. There is no exact, "one-sizefits-all" approach to developing the culture that we need; but there is a distinct pattern employed by leaders who are successfully creating World Class organizations.
LESSONS IN LEAN FUELING THE ENGINE OF CHANGE A WALK ON THE SOFT SIDE: HOW COMPANY CULTURE DRIVES PERFORMANCE AND PROFIT By
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