For many fast-growth companies, corporate culture remains stubbornly adolescent — an awkward organizational construct that never quite reaches maturity. For less inspired middle-market leaders, the company’s holiday party may still serve as a worthy surrogate, while for others, it’s casual Fridays.
So when a $20 million company tells its clients, future employees, investors, and the world at large that its astonishing growth is simply the output of its culture, this begs for clarity. Read our article on Geneca of Oakbrook Terrace, Illinois.
With this edition of Growth Monitor we are pleased to feature Geneca CEO Joel Basgall,
“People don’t like to change, but they do like to evolve and be a little different every day and get a little bit further every day.” Geneca CEO Joel Basgall.
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