When Tuxera Updated Its Values, They Came From the Bottom Up

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Traditionally, when companies set out to create or refresh their values, the process is top-down. Management or the HR team typically defines the values, while the employees are supposed to buy in and adhere to them. Best-selling business author Patrick Lencioni supports a traditional top-down method: “…values initiatives have nothing to do with building consensus — they’re about imposing a set of fundamental, strategically sound beliefs on a broad group of people.”

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