World-class success - pass it on

Sarkus, David J.
September 2008
Industrial Safety & Hygiene News;Sep2008, Vol. 42 Issue 9, p103
The author relates success of Ken Griffey Senior, who excelled in baseball, track, and football and had a positive impact on similar success of his son Ken Griffey Junior. The author hopes that the Senior's strategy will be given importance in the field of safety cultures through passing the executives' vision for safety to their followers.


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