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Peter Drucker said in 2006 that “Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” he did not mean that strategy is not important. But a strategy by itself cannot push any organization to achieve tremendous growth and success. A powerful and empowering culture can enable them to achieve transformational results, while troubling workplace attitudes and behaviors can limit their effectiveness and undermine what they can accomplish. Louis Gerstner, former CEO of IBM, says watch out for these four areas in which your organization may have a subtle culture problem.