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The Culture Crunch: Trends In Employee Engagement at Various Stages of Growth

Working with over 700 companies across a number of industries has given Culture Amp a unique view on trends in employee engagement, organizational design, company culture, leadership and management.

In this webinar, we'll be looking at the differences across these trends for companies at varying maturation phases, specifically in the tech industry.

- What does the data say about commonly held beliefs on startups?
- What are the challenges startups face at different stages of VC funding?
- How do we mitigate these challenges from impacting overall culture?

From Series A through IPO or Acquisition, we'll uncover how companies change and evolve between funding rounds.
Recorded Oct 26 2016 59 mins
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