... it is a movie I made for our company that tries to change the culture. The idea was to point out that culture is a side effect of doing other things rather than like setting up a project for cultural change and have it done in 5 months 😀
I don’t want to trash this forum with my movies but some of them might be inspiring for what you guys are doing. Best, Loran
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