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'Thinking it’s OK at the braai is, probably, where it starts'

20 April 2016 7:30 PM

StriveCBA's Andy Golding discusses lessons corporate South Africa must take from the Cell C CEO's "bitch switch" debacle.

The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Andy Golding, founder of StriveCBA.

Golding discussed the big five culture shifts corporate South Africa needs to make, and lessons from the Cell C debacle.

Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.

Thinking it’s OK at the braai is, probably, where it starts.

Andy Golding, founder of StriveCBA

Company culture is driven from the top.

Andy Golding, founder of StriveCBA

What happens next will show if Cell C has a culture problem.

Andy Golding, founder of StriveCBA

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20 April 2016 7:30 PM