4. Culture Is the Context and Often the Answer

“I couldn’t have laid out a strategy that would have led to the partnerships that the orchids have made real. I couldn’t have mustered the cleverness and foresight to look into the future and see these things as goals. But my point is, I didn’t have to. All I had to do was trust my intuition that there was something powerful in the beauty of a flower.”1

Bill Strickland

Many of our clients are fascinated by the topic of culture, and we can understand why. Your organization’s culture can either enable or get in the way of strategic implementation and positive results. Every organization has a culture, but many leadership teams do little to proactively shape it to support important goals. If you ...

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