A high-performance culture is a key weapon in an employer's arsenal. It constructs a competitive advantage over rival organisations, which is important because business success has become more closely linked to the quality of staff. If firms don't work hard to build an effective culture, they are missing the chance to boost their business. It is a common problem - Bain & Company research found fewer than one in seven businesses have succeeded in creating a high-performance culture.
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