Building A Corporate Culture That Values Straight Talk and Rewards Integrity Book
by Larry Johnson and Bob Phillips
Ethics has no enemies, or so we all like to think. Yet the corporate landscape has been an ethical battleground in recent years, with the corrupt behaviors of Enron, WorldCom, Tyco and others leading many to question whether “corporate integrity” is an oxymoron. But for most companies, fortunately, the problem is not whether to practice truthfulness and accountability. It’s how to integrate such practices into the culture so that they are rewarded, self-perpetuating, and virtually automatic.