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[Courtesy of Hyundai] SEOUL – In an effort to change its corporate culture, South Korea’s leading automotive group Hyundai is conducting a group-wide survey to gather employee opinions, especially when Chung Mong-koo speeds up the transfer of the company. direction to his only son. Hyundai officials said a two-week email survey of 96,000 employees across …

Large companies tend to have large cultures. And that tends to be great for investors. Factors related to the quality of people and the relationships between them – the corporate culture – are about twice as important as the numbers. However, culture is difficult to measure given its qualitative rather than quantitative nature. It is …