It's All About the Culture!

Homolka, Dave
November 2008
Security: Solutions for Enterprise Security Leaders;Nov2008, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p62
Trade Publication
The article profiles Dave Homolka, Director of Corporate Asset Protection Cabela's. It states that Homolka focuses directly on his responsibility to the leaders, employees and shareholders to make a real difference and ensure that the return on investment is measurable. It mentions that Homolka centered his team on core opportunities implementing new technology to increase awareness and understanding, and focusing on the "Good Customer" first in all discussions.


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