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The Culture Code The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

Daniel Cole

Companies and organizations are more than the skills that each individual has. Daniel Coyle looks at both success stories and failures in businesses and organizations across varying industries to find out what makes a culture work.

Understanding that culture and the interworkings of individuals has more of an affect on success than the expertise of executives and employees offers an eye-opening window into how to structure the work environment better. Coyle argues that successful group cultures are built on the development of three foundational concepts: safety (belonging), vulnerability (risk-taking), and purpose (reason).

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