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    #HRHappyHour Preview Episode 132 - 'Culture vs. Strategy'



    HR Happy Hour - Episode 132- 'Culture vs. Strategy'

    Sponsored by Aquire

    Thursday January 19, 2012 - 8PM ET

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    This week on the show, the great Paul Hebert guest hosts and welcomes Derek Irvine, Vice President Client Strategy and Consulting for Globoforce, and author of 'Winning With a Culture of Recognition', for a look at how culture impacts organizational performance.

    Culture and culture management have had increased attention in the last few years as an important driver of employee engagement and company performance. This week on the show Paul and Derek will take a closer look at culture and discuss topics around -

    What is company culture?

    Can company culture be defined and managed?

    What is proactive culture management?

    Does culture really 'beat' strategy as we often hear?

    What companies really understand this and are doing a great job with culture management?

    Culture is always a lively topic on the show and this week I hope you can join Paul and Derek for what will surely be an interesting and informative show.

    It should be a fun show and I hope you can join us!

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