Link: When culture turns into policy

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 8 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

This is an interesting and really good point, and one that I believe extends far beyond the corporate boundary. Two questions come to mind:

  1. How should/do organizations (a loose term for groups of friends, companies, and governments) promote/reward/encourage desirable behavior (i.e. good culture) without forcing it (i.e. making it policy)?
  2. What are real world examples of good culture that have turned into bad policy?

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  1. 2? Religion. I see it being shoehorned into government in the States as well as Egypt, and the people doing the pushing are working pretty hard to encroach on the liberties of people whom they disagree with.

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