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By Martin Bissett
Passport to Partnership
Cultural issues are dynamic, very broad and unique in each firm. As such it is a challenge to summarize them accurately and comprehensively.
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From our research, however, the wise choice for anyone wishing to get their passport to partnership appears to be to study
- their firm’s existing culture,
- that of its senior individuals and
- that of those who have the ear of those senior individuals
to understand not only the route to partnership, but the terrain that they need to cross too.