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Culture Change: AAI – Viral Change
Download a case study presentation from Boehringer Ingelheim to learn about the organisation, their vision and how it translates in to organisational culture.
This presentation was delivered as part of CRF's organisational culture masterclass held in partnership with IMD Business School. To find out more about the event and to access additional supporting documents, please refer to the event web page - 'What is Organisational Culture and Why Should we Care?'.
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