How Pfizer Became Intentional About Building its Culture

PFIZER WORLD HEADQUARTERSPfizer, the multinational pharmaceutical giant, has become increasingly intentional about shaping its culture. You can see evidence of Pfizer’s commitment in Ian Read’s letter to stakeholders the year after he became CEO:

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Michael Stallard

Michael Stallard

Michael Stallard is the president of E Pluribus Partners, a consulting firm, and co-founder of ConnectionCulture.com. Mike is a weekly contributor to the CEO Advisor column for Fox Business Network and the author of Connection Culture: The Competitive Advantage of Shared identity, Empathy and Understanding at Work.

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