Lecture 42 - The Importance of Culture and Culture Building...

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The Importance of Culture and Culture Building
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Culture and Culture Building Culture - The collection of values and norms that are shared by people and groups in an organization and that control the way they interact with each other and with stakeholders outside the organization
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Think Straight, Talk Straight Arthur E. Anderson
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Culture and Culture Building How could a company of 85,000 employees wander so far away from this motto? Let’s review the history of Arthur Anderson
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The Values of Arthur E. Anderson Integrity and Honesty - Think straight, talk straight values that ensured the auditor’s duty to protect the public One Firm, One Voice Partnership Model Training to a Shared Method- to create a uniform and predictable workforce that could be trusted to do as they were taught
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The Values of Arthur E. Anderson What are the specific things that contributed to creating and maintaining this culture, even though the organization was growing?
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The Evolution of Arthur Anderson Arthur E. Anderson dies The Spacek Era begins
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The Evolution of Arthur Anderson How big can an organization become before leadership loses control ?
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