It may be good to talk, but at Orange, it's even better to read. The company's reading groups allow employees to discuss the best of modern literature. Participants enjoy the intellectual cut and thrust of debate, with books (and biscuits) on the house, while Orange benefits from improved communication skills and stronger working relationships. Proof that fiction at work can mean more than a creative expenses claim.
Finding time, living fearlessly and leading at speed are on this month's boardroom reading list.
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