New book by Andrew Limouris ’94 focuses on building a resilient company culture
Culture through Crisis, by Andrew Limouris ’94, recently was released with Forbes Books, the exclusive business book publishing imprint of Forbes. Limouris is the founder, president and CEO of Medix, an international staffing organization specializing in recruiting skilled personnel in the healthcare, science and IT fields.
“When the pandemic hit the world in early 2020, Medix, like many businesses, went into crisis mode,” the book’s description reads. “Limouris and the Medix team shared the concerns of many organizations around the world, wondering if they’d be able to withstand the business impacts of Covid-19. As the pandemic continued on, leadership sought new and innovative ways to keep revenue coming in the door and retain employees.”
Culture through Crisis reflects on how businesses can navigate through crises and how the company grew a culture that made a transition to a fully remote work setup possible. Limouris says in the book, “We write this because we want to share what has worked for us in hopes it helps you and your company as well. … This book is a recipe for success, written by the entire Medix team as a way to continue on our mission to positively impact lives. If we can positively impact the lives of others through this book, the world can truly become a better place.”
The book is available on Amazon.com.
At Ripon, Limouris majored in speech communication. He lives in Glen Ellyn, Illinois.
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