Why Leaders Shouldn’t Ignore Company Culture

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Why Leaders Shouldn’t Ignore Company Culture

Should you hire the team player or the renegade?

Who is right for your company? Associate Professor Amir Goldberg says there are clear clues. You just have to know how to read them.

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