- Eye Opening
- Concrete Examples
Companies tout their core values and corporate culture on their websites and in CEO interviews. Does all that hype impress company insiders and employees? Donald Sull of MIT’s Sloan School of Management and his co-authors Stefano Turconi and Charles Sull considered the array of values corporations claim to embody and tried to match them with assessments from those companies’ employees. The results aren’t pretty; when it comes to corporate culture, employees aren’t always buying what their employers are trying to sell.
About the Authors
Donald Sull, who teaches at MIT’s Sloan School of Management, and Charles Sull are co-founders of CultureX, an AI platform for interpreting employee feedback. Stefano Turconi is a teaching fellow of strategy and entrepreneurship at London Business School.
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