Gregory Allen: Culture eats strategy for breakfast

Greg Allen

Culture is becoming the biggest draw for candidates.

Recently I have been recruiting for senior roles for my organisation, and have met some interesting candidates. What I am noticing, now more than ever, is that candidates have been asking about our culture – not just to cement a psychological contract, but more to assess how they will be set up for success.

There are many books written on the ‘first 90-day plan’,...

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