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These articles represent some of the best thinking on how to build a successful organization. Use them to have a new conversation about the strategies driving your company's continuous growth and evolution.

Retention Programs May Miss the Mark
NE Ohio Craintech Web Site - March 2001
By Keith Cox

Attracting and retaining top talent is one of the most critical challenges organizations face today. Understand why traditional retention programs may not always work and discover the approach that will help you win the war for talent.

Corporate Culture Impacts Profits
The Motley Fool. Fool.Com - August 21,  2001
By Whitney Tilson

A company's culture can be a critical determinant of its long-term success. At firms with strong cultures, employees care about the company, each other, and customers. They share information and cooperate. They feel good about their jobs and are willing to go the extra mile. This can provide a meaningful competitive edge.

Leaders for the Long Haul
Fast Company Issue 48 - July 2001
By Keith H. Hammonds

The author profiles David Cooperrider of Case Western Reserve University and his work with Roadway Express. See how Appreciative Inquiry is being used to help executives, and employees alike, chart a course for the future of the company.

Spirit by the Numbers
Fast Company Issue 16 - August 1998
By David Dorsey

Learn about the seven levels of organizational consciousness and how values are the foundation of a company's culture, and ultimately its success.

The Value of Values
Corporate Transformation Tools Web Site - 2001
By Richard Barrett

This article shows why values are important for attracting and retaining talented people. It explains the concept of values alignment and why it is important for organizations to address their employees physical, emotional, mental and spiritual needs.

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