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Corporate Culture

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group

Now fully legal in the G7 nation of Canada, cannabis is solidly in transformation mode to a traditional industry. Organizations in the space now need to ensure that they compete in the labor market for the best talent available. Maintaining a start-up culture while building a global enterprise is what Michael Gorenstein is doing. He shares his thoughts on just how he’s doing it in his monthly column, Corporate Culture.

The House

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group | May 24, 2019 This whole philosophy come upon us organically. It wasn't preconceived, rather it just kind of happened. It then became infused into our talent search– the questions became, not only would you like to work wi... Read More

Risk As Reward

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group | Apr 26, 2019

Take the Risk, or Take NothingRead More

Talent

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group | Mar 26, 2019 The concept applies not only to sports, but to enterprises too. The best talent for your business versus the best talent demonstrated on paper does not always translate. Taking thoughtful consideration to how w... Read More

Local Culture

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group | Feb 27, 2019

Gather your information before making any big decisions

When you enter a new market or economy, it's always important to make sure that you have the most compreh... Read More

Mike Gorenstein, CEO, The Cronos Group
 

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