In Value Driven Management: How to Create and Maximize Value Over Time for Organizational Success, Randolph A. Pohlman, Gareth S. Gardiner, and Ellen M. Heffes write,

What people value causes organizations to have cultures and acquire reputations. World-class companies usually have cutting-edge technology, superior management, outstanding electronic systems, and database management, but their reputations come from the people who make decisions and take actions. Successful companies balance the values, interests, and goals of the organization with the values of employees. The global workplace and a new generation are driving these differences. A unique value equation is emerging. The focus is on results that create value, the product of enlightened decisions and actions.

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