Integration When a Company Has a Strong Culture

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    Gregory Gills
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    Hi all! I work for a company that has a very unique and strong company culture. I think this is the only company I have ever worked for that has a culture where everyone not only knows the values, but also uses them in daily decision making etc. This is culture is one of the competitive advantages my company has. My question is when a considering a merger how can we protect the culture without pre-judging and ruining something that may be a fantastic opportunity? How do we strike that balance?

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