High performance culture are not dependent on one simple factor or as a result of one or two things. The entire context you operate in greatly impacts your results. This context includes the culture of the company – how things get done, how decisions get made, what works and does not work as far as behaviors and what gets rewarded and how.
The key to building a high-performing culture is to make sure you consider “‘what“ and “how“you will get to your destination points – the clear definitions of where you are going in a specific time-frame.
The specifics of a high performance culture are unique to your company because they are based on what will work best for you to get you to where you want to go within the parameters you have defined. There is no ‘one size fits all’ when it comes to culture.
However, here are 10 key elements in creating a high performance culture that probably will fit most organizations: read more

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High Performance Culture is possible in a company if they are willing to bench mark themselves to improve further. They could set their standards on comparable parameters of the successful companies or try to create new benchmarks if they are already the best in the business.

From India
very tough, it has to come from with in, try, tell me if you succeed
From India, Madras
High performance culture seems very hard to achieve because the more people you have in your organization, the more issues in management you may face. There are always different types of employees in a organization including low performance ones. However, I think developing ownership at work and boosting employee engagement are more practical ways.
From Vietnam, Hanoi

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