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Measuring culture, does your fund walk the talk?

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CMSF 2020 Business operations  Engagement  Members culture


A vibrant corporate culture can help people thrive professionally, enjoy their job and find meaning in their work. A toxic culture can do the opposite.

Global culture expert, Stefano Turconi, will outline his views on how to measure culture and how funds can ensure that their organisational values are fully realised, even in the face of change.


Published Date: 17 November 2021


Stefano Turconi, Sloan Fellow and Teaching Fellow, Department of Strategy & Entrepreneurship, London Business School (UK)

Stefano Turconi is Teaching Fellow of Strategy and Entrepreneurship at London Business School. He serves as an instructor in Executing Strategy for Results—an advanced program for senior executives—and was the director of the Active Learning Programme—a joint initiative of LBS and MIT and the Young Presidents' Organization (YPO). Stefano is a partner at Charles Thames, a boutique advisory firm assisting CEOs and top teams in formulating and executing strategy. During the past several years, he has worked closely with a multitude of C-suite executives, leading company-wide interventions to remove strategic bottlenecks—all with documented results and far-reaching impact. Stefano holds an MSc in General Management (with distinction) from LBS and an MSc in Engineering from Politecnico di Milano, and studied participant-centred learning methods at Harvard Business School. He has published a number of papers, case studies, and articles, which appeared on Business Strategy Review, Strategic Direction, and MIT Sloan Management Review.

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