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Culture matters. Check out these client case studies that demonstrate the strong link between a healthy culture and business performance.

Senn Delaney Chairman Dr. Larry Senn joins faculty of distinguished culture experts sharing best practices on culture change at educational website and blog, Cultureuniversity.com.

The leadership team of the NATO's Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger, Norway, embarked on a journey of intentionally shaping a healthier, high-performing culture to become even more effective in serving NATO. JWC calls it the "One Team" culture. Senn Delaney vice president Boris Diekmann, details the culture-shaping journey and results in this article published in NATO Joint Warfare Center's Three Swords magazine.

Enjoy Senn Delaney's latest newsletter featuring our latest CEO view from the top video with Tom Voss, chairman, president and CEO of Ameren. Voss shares insights on why he purposefully reshaped the utility's culture to restore it to top-tier performance and create a ‘will to win' high-performance culture.

Enjoy the latest insights, videos and articles from Senn Delaney leaders on why culture matters in our latest newsletter, including a new video with Children's Hospital Los Angeles CEO Rich Cordova on leading culture change at the pediatric academic medical center.

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Senn Delaney's published books on creating high-performance teams and cultures

Learn the time-tested secrets of building healthy, high-performance individuals, teams and cultures from Senn Delaney Chairman Larry Senn and CEO and President Jim Hart.

How can an organization hope to survive when the environment in which it is doing business is continually confronted by broadening competition, shorter product cycle times, old paradigm/new paradigm leadership questions, and an increasingly high premium on available time? The answer is surprisingly not about working more, harder, or faster. It is actually conveyed in the title of this book. The secret of a winning culture is the building of high-performance teams. Is that a secret? Probably not. The real secret this book reveals, then, is in how to make it happen.