By Brice Wallace 

Corporate culture.

To some, those words represent the core values that drive a company to success. To others, it’s just the title on a paper pinned to a company bulletin board, leading a list of vague, mumbo-jumbo “values” that are the subject of derision or humor.

Rob Wright, chief editor at the magazine Life Science Leader, recently told a Salt Lake City audience that in interviewing life science company CEOs, retired CEOs and upper management, he has discovered more of the former than the latter.

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