Fifteen years after publishing Corporate Cultures, Deal and Kennedy discuss the negative affects of recent economic forces (globalization and technology) and management trends (downsizing, outsourcing, short-termism, and mergers). They show managers how to exercise cultural leadership by finding common ground among corporate subcultures, and call for corporations to institute performance measurement systems that emphasize long-term goals.
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