Relationship Capital

Darling, Jeri; Russ, Diane
May 2000
Executive Excellence;May2000, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p14
Stresses the importance of relationship capital in corporate management. Definition of relationship capital; Relationship issues as causes of product, market and technology failures, and of unsuccessful mergers, leaders and managers; Need for employees to experience shift in the way they think and act in their relationships with others; Relationship capital model for achieving success.


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