A Point of Vew-Illusion and the Death of Quality
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National productivity review : the journal of productivity management. - New York, NY : Executive Enterprises Publ., ISSN 0277-8556, ZDB-ID 832029. - Vol. 17.1998, 2, p. 1-4
FEATURES - EXECUTIVE CAREERS - A Legacy in the Making Will your contributions to the company be remembered after you leave? That depends on whether you're trying to make a name for yourself or make a mark. To do the latter, you need a legacy-building attitude that consists of the Five I's: Being informed, incisive, iconoclastic, interested and inspired
Lucas, James R., (1999)
STRATEGY - Anatomy of a Vision Statement - Does your company's vision statement have all the elements needed to guide it into the future? A clearly defmed vision highlights core values, connects with employees' aspirations and helps the organization to make a difference.
Lucas, James R., (1998)
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