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Written to specifically address today's environment in which the ethics of corporations and their policies are under intense scrutiny, this manual provides an engaging framework for companies to assess their psychological and organizational foundations and reintroduce credibility from the top down. This timely and tough-talking critique argues that dishonest behavior, as witnessed in companies such as Enron, Shell, Parmalat, and Andersen, has at its root the increasing chaos of a global marketplace, greater opportunities for financial risks, increased pressure to satisfy shareholders, and a resulting alienation, stress, and cynicism among employees. This call to change these trends challenges companies to embrace authenticity and battle corporate dishonesty.
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Rob Fijlstra and Harry Wullings are partners in the management consultancy firm Fijlstra-Wullings, based in the Netherlands. Their work consists of organizational development and training, specializing in leadership, interpersonal competencies, emotional intelligence, and cultural- and mind-change.
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Book Description Cyan Books 2005-01-01, 2005. Hardcover. Condition: New. Sealed. Book. Seller Inventory # 122364
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