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Company Culture

Do the Right Things Well

by Janet M. Harvey, MCC | Aug 15, 2018

Timeless words applied to the business world by management guru Peter Drucker showed up in the WSJ today with the headline, “The Key Factor Driving a Company’s Results: Its People.” What continues to puzzle me, a practitioner in the human development field for nearly 30 years, is that this is idea is neither new or novel and yet continues to be dismissed from the Board Room to the front line. What is it that makes attention to the workforce the last rather than the first priority when all of the evidence points to vastly superior and sustained performance for the few companies that excel in employee engagement and development

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