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Great idea to lay these side by side, Jay. Regarding the correlation between the two indices: It feels to me like companies who are social internally create a culture of alignment and clarity in realtime as a result of their social behavior. This is largely what translates into "great place to work" - employees are crystal clear about the mission, even as the mission shifts. This clarity allows them to work confidently and swiftly - they don't get "frozen". And it then follows that they are crisp and on-point with their customers and partners.
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Just got my "learned something new today" from Jay...
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