Running head echo chamber manifesto fired why because

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Running Head: Echo Chamber Manifesto fired. Why? Because many companies believe that culture is king. According to an interview of some people done, people said that company comes first. Many companies were crippled by neglected culture. Outwardly, the companies seemed like a great success, but “by the time they got to 100 people, they hired all the people with the right skill sets and experiences, but not all of them were culture fits. And when they got to 100 people, they remember I them self dreaded getting out of bed in the morning to go to the office.” “If you get the culture right then most of the other stuff will happen naturally, people believe “I think that one hire won’t necessarily bring the company culture downhill, but if you keep making compromises like that over and over again, I think that’s why most large companies don’t have great cultures.” It’s true. As a rule, many companies still tend to concentrate more on growth and profitability than culture. While some leaders pay close attention to culture, others defy it or outright ignore it. They do so at their peril, though, because culture has enormous potency. Do efforts towards a more diverse work culture stifle employees from speaking out? What can leaders do to avert this potential outcome?
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