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Driving Performance Through Corporate Culture: Interviews with Four Experts

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  • Robert Gandossy
  • Rajeev Peshawaria
  • Leslie Perlow
  • Fons Trompenaars
  • Daisy Wademan Dowling

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Establishing an effective link between corporate strategy and employee performance has traditionally been seen as a function of organizational structure and internal marketing-that is, of getting the right compensation systems in place to reward the desired behavior, and relentlessly communicating the strategy to all employees. But, according to the four organizational behavior experts who were interviewed for this article, there's more to it than that. Also important is a market- and customer-oriented corporate culture, which can be a highly effective tool for companies seeking to improve performance and increase value. Copyright Copyright (c) 2009 Morgan Stanley.

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  • Robert Gandossy & Rajeev Peshawaria & Leslie Perlow & Fons Trompenaars & Daisy Wademan Dowling, 2009. "Driving Performance Through Corporate Culture: Interviews with Four Experts," Journal of Applied Corporate Finance, Morgan Stanley, vol. 21(2), pages 67-73.
  • Handle: RePEc:bla:jacrfn:v:21:y:2009:i:2:p:67-73
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