Change your culture to thrive

The culture of a company can make or break its fortunes, and it comes from the top down, writes Gareth Naughton.

20th January, 2013
Adrienne Davitt, senior corporate psychologist and managing director of Davitt Corporate Partners. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Though it was once an abstract concept that bore little relation to how a company operated, corporate culture is becoming increasingly important as organisations work their employees harder and deal with the growing dominance of Generation Y.

Minds have been focused in this area by the experience of the last few years.

When push came to shove, the corporate cultures of many institutions - particularly those in the banking arena - were found seriously wanting,...

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