The issue with PSG? The players are all-stars, including Messi, Mbappe, and Neymar However, there isn't a club culture.

By Sakshi

 Oct 22,2022

In the last decade or so, the phrase "culture" has been given an almost symbolic, but not meaningful, significance.

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If a group or business succeeds, it wouldn't be achieved without a solid "organizational cultural" or if someone had not created a "culture that is a culture of success."

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If there's an extraordinary failure, the company had "no system of accountability" -or, perhaps, more importantly, there was a culture that was "toxic society."

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Culture is important, of course. There are good and bad places to work as well as good workplaces that are good.

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If you've held more than one position and you've learned that no two businesses are alike. 

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this is also applicable to sports teams If the vibes are great, however, they can be terrible.

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The problem is that sometimes culture -- and often serves as a metaphor for the many things we don't have control over, cannot comprehend or measure.

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It's true that it is rare to hear about teams that lose 

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however, they have a fantastic culture, or have a winning culture despite their toxic environment (other of those of the Houston Astros). Does winning create the culture? Or vice versa?

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