Every leader who has grappled with a shift in strategy for their firm understands the powerful gravitational pull of organizational culture.

A firm’s culture keeps management teams from flying off in completely disconnected directions. It also inhibits much needed exploration and it serves as a powerful force of resistance for what Geoffrey Moore describes as asymmetrical bets—those investments outside of today’s business that define tomorrow’s growth opportunities.

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