By: Ron Cain, CEO, Legacy Supply Chain Services April 29, 2014
Successful leaders understand that a company's culture is just as important to the bottom line as tools and technology. Workplace culture is more than a company T-shirt and zone cleanup competitions. In strong companies, it is a discipline that is highly structured and repeatedly measured.
In order to develop a successful culture that drives bottom line performance:
a. Define, align & reinforce company core values b. Establish cultural and operational metrics c. Develop action plans that support alignment with core values
A values-based culture drives performance. To learn more, read our whitepaper titled "Company Culture Counts."