By and  on August 30, 2017

Defining start-up culture is hardly black-and-white. Applying what that means to an existing corporate culture? Even harder.

Many companies are pivoting in an effort to keep pace with a new breed of consumer and new generation of workers. For some, it’s driving innovation through accelerator programs. Others are focused on workforce development. There’s no template for what thinking like a start-up means, but here’s what some industry players are doing to remain relevant and compete:

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