Whether you are trying to inspire your organization to develop a service-based culture, establish company values and beliefs, or develop a roadmap for the future, Matt Argano, Ph.D. welcomes the discussion. You don’t play Brooklyn-rules stickball in Manhattan. Each borough has its own way of picking teams and playing the game. In one neighborhood, the ball is thrown to the batter. In another, the batter must bounce the ball to himself. Matt Argano grew up playing the quintessential New York sport in Brooklyn. Understanding how the rules changed based on the fabric and culture of each neighborhood became important. “If you wanted to play in Brooklyn, you needed to understand Brooklyn’s rules,” Argano shares.