Value at the Core

Corporate culture plays a critical role in the success of a company, and the value of a set of shared beliefs and behaviors can hardly be overstated. As a CEO with over 17 years of hands-on experience, Jozef Opdeweegh intimately understands this to be true.

A company’s culture consists of the sum of beliefs and behaviors that determine how associates and management interact with each other inside and outside the workplace, as well as with other relevant constituencies, such as customers, suppliers, the board of directors, lenders and other outside parties. In an ideal world, culture should extend beyond the corporate sphere to the development of a collective perspective on societal and environmental considerations.

In essence, the value of anything is at its core.

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