To strengthen your company's basic values, start sacking people
If you offer your workers incentives to adhere to your company's basic values then you're doing something wrong, writes Charles H. Green. Rather than cajoling workers into following the rules, start sacking people who don't personally cherish and abide by the values your company stands for. "Values are Jacks for openers, table stakes," Green writes. "If you're not motivated to live by your company's values, your company should tell you that you've got the wrong company."
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