Walking the talk

Harvey, Eric L.
July 1998
Executive Excellence;Jul98, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p9
Discusses the responsibility of an organization and its members to walk the talk in ensuring its success. Misconceptions about walking the talk; Results of choosing a path of nonresponsibility; Questions to answer in walking the talk; Values-based people practices.


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