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A student who worked for Chipotle stated: “I love the Chipotle standard that what's best for the people (employees) is best for the company and vice versa, so I always strive to do my best.” It sounds simple, but in reality, that is a difficult culture to enact. Why do you suppose that it isn't common in most organizations? What is difficult about the implementation of such a policy? Does everyone have the same definition of "doing your best?" Will slackers perceive their best in a different light? Can you count on most managers to model the appropriate behavior? Who supervises the managers, and how are they held accountable, not only for product, but for cultural expectations?



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