Managing With Integrity

Managing With Integrity

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Watson, Charles E. Praeger, 1991
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The major theme of Managing With Integrity is that a flawless existence is of little use if it fails to produce something of lasting value. This approach explains various dimensions of character and the challenges they each present. Watson draws on the experiences of America’s business leaders to examine the issues of integrity and success in business. He provides a wealth of practical examples and anecdotes to illustrate the moral dimensions of executive decision making. According to Watson, success is more a matter of what one achieves and less a matter of what one acquires. Without a doubt, Watson offers a rather bold, forthright, uncompromising view of the meaning of character, integrity, and success.