the two sides of the culture coin

three business colleagues arguing while seated at tableand how they relate to strategy.

by anthony zecca
leading from the edge

as we focus on the leadership of accounting firms need to succeed in a future driven by seismic disruptors, we must address leadership’s responsibility, and impact on creating a culture that results in an environment that motivates every single team member to their highest level of performance.

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there are two great quotes that i would like to start with to frame this discussion. the first is from bryan walker (partner and managing director at ideo), who stated that “culture is like the wind. it is invisible; yet its effect can be seen and felt” in every single organization that exists from the family to the biggest company on the planet. the second quote is from author tanya mann: “your organization’s culture is either an asset or a liability; either helping business performance or hurting it.”