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Strategy versus Culture: How to Exploit Low Chances of Success When Starting a Cultural Revolution in a Society, a Company, or an Organization The question of what is more important — strategy or culture — in the life of a society or an organization is probably raised as often as the question of what is primary when raising a child: nature or nurture. Culture, like nature when raising a child, reflects the result of evolution, that is, a gradual, lengthy process leading to a specific way a society, or an organization as part of this society, works. On the other hand, management strategy, most…...

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