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Business Tale

Business Tale - 03 edition

Business Tale - 03 edition

ISBN13: 9780814473221

ISBN10: 0814473229

Business Tale by Marianne M. Jennings - ISBN 9780814473221
Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 03
Copyright: 2003
Publisher: American Management Association
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Business Tale by Marianne M. Jennings - ISBN 9780814473221

ISBN13: 9780814473221

ISBN10: 0814473229

Cover type: Paperback
Edition: 03
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Named one of the Best Business Books of 2003 by Library Journal!

Wouldn't it be nice if all executives had a magical rabbit--like the one in the movie Harvey--following them around reminding them to be ethical? In this charming fable, Aristotle (Ari, for short) is a pooka--a mythical, invisible creature with a penchant for advising against dishonesty. Our hero, Edgar P. Benchley, has been able to see and hear Ari since childhood, and as he journeys through his professional life, constantly faced with challenging questions of good conduct, Ari helps remind him that nice guys can succeed . . . even in the world of business.

Much needed in these times when confidence in corporations has eroded, A Business Tale offers readers the inspiration to make ethical choices even when it isn't easy or immediately rewarding. Following the story, the book also contains real-life examples and a 10-step action plan for ethical behavior in the workplace. A Business Tale is an easy-to-read, unforgettable "spoonful of sugar" to help companies and individuals digest the sometimes tart lessons of practical morality in the workplace.