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'It's All About Culture'

When a manager or a leader makes culture his lodestar, he gives his people a proud identity and values to live by.

As an individual, I am totally committed to lifelong learning. This, I believe, not only provides an open mind for gaining tremendous knowledge and expertise, but more importantly, inculcates the right values that make learning a life skill. And so, to someone who is convinced that management lessons can be learnt during all stages of one's personal and professional life, the theme of this article is an interesting point of reflection. I find a flood of insights pinging my mind as I look back on my 28 years in corporate life.

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