Why Questioning Authority is a Clue About Great Culture

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January 24, 2018
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How can you spot a great organizational culture? Lots of companies talk a great game about culture, but how can you tell whether their walk lines up with their talk? Adam Fridman, founder of organizational development research firm ProHabits says, “Our research has pinpointed three aspects of a great culture: alignment behind purpose, values that support that purpose, and habits that bring those values to life. It can be difficult to look at an organization and tell for certain whether it has these three ingredients of a great culture but we think success leaves clues. One of the most powerful clues of a great culture is simply this: questioning authority.”

Check out more of our thoughts on what make’s a great culture here.

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John Paul

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