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September 01, 2006

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Herb Ely

I can see your point. maybe you will be a little less disheartened, if you know that i've long been an admirer of Norman Augustine. His understanding, ethics, and gentle humor have helped me on many occasion. Ten years after retirement as a US Army civilian, I still find myself referring to "Augsutine's Laws" as one of the best books of managerial wisdom that I've ever read.

thebizofknowledge

It's rather disheartening that we are so struck by an example such as this, where a leader in industry actually corrects exaggerations and misconceptions about himself. We tend to think businessmen have no code of ethics! How sad!

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