I’ve talked with countless number of people about creating healthy organizational cultures and an incredible amount of time is spent trying to plan and architect good cultures. The problem is that I’ve never seen it work out that way. What if cultures aren’t created by what you plan to do, but how you behave in the present. Culture is a reflection of how people behave in the present. It’s a misconception to think that a good culture is a result of determining the right principles or policies you put in place. A good culture is a reflection of how people choose to behave and the manner in which they behave everyday.