Be cool!

Caudron, Shari
April 1998
Workforce (10928332);Apr98, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p50
Discusses the qualities shared by companies that foster nontraditional corporate culture and the benefits on the nontraditional approach. Includes respect for employees' need to balance work and their personal lives; Sense of purpose; Diversity; Integrity; Participatory management; Learning environment. INSETS: Can you be cool in Omaha? The article's author thinks yes.;Cool defined..


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