May 3, 2012
Today, what a company stands for is more important than what it sells. An organization has “corporate character” — the differentiating attributes that make it a distinct enterprise. Corporate character refers to the manner in which the organization routinely models business integrity and principles as an integral part of the company’s value proposition.
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