Virtues and vices

Schroeder, Daniel
December 2000
Network World;12/11/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 50, p87
Trade Publication
Emphasizes the significance of virtue-based ethics on the quest for business morality in the United States. Enumeration of virtues and vices in the Information Age; Importance of values identification in obtaining virtues and minimizing vices; Impact of discipline and experience on personal and professional life.


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