The importance of company values - James Kerr talks Legacy
Join the discussion on the newsletterThis is the first of two read-alongs in August. Stacks of listeners and newsletter subscribers are reading along on two culture books with us, today we’re talking about Legacy by James Kerr. In two weeks we’re talking about What You Do Is Who You Are by Ben Horowitz. Even you don’t read them the podcast here will cover the lessons of the books for anyone interested in workplace culture - and learning together. Go to the newsletter to join in with the conversation.The All Blacks are the most successful rugby team of all time, in fact they have been called the most successful team in any sport. Drawing their players from a male population of just 2.5m New Zealand adult men, they don’t have any size advantage of the pool they draw from (if size determined outcome then England have more rugby players than the rest of the world combined). But the importance of team values have helped the team create and sustain a meaningful connection with the legacy of the team.‘Culture is like an organism, continually growing and changing’. Listen to the discussion then join the conversation about the key themes - either reply to the newsletter or add your comment in the chat threads here:Sweeping the sheds/no dickheadsRituals define the All Blacks’ cultureDivergent vs convergent meetings See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.