Conventional wisdom suggests that company culture changes from the top down, fitting employees into a larger, cohesive culture determined by leadership. However, in today’s more fragmented workforce, culture is more individualized, with microcultures formed around teams and affinity groups taking a more prominent role. What are the implications of an increasingly segmented culture? How can CHROs maintain the benefits of a cohesive cultural narrative with an approach that is sensitive to individual needs and interests? Join the CHRO Global Leadership Board to discuss these shifts in culture strategy and how they could benefit the workforce of the future.