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Tangible. Appalachia's promise, people and machines, the whole public-private thing.

Tangible. Appalachia's promise, people and machines, the whole public-private thing.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1049 • View online
As a fervent believer in the power of execution, within the corporate model of business management, I hope that our renaissance is upon us. Most of us who have logged time in companies have encountered the disappointment of the dangerous cocktail of duplicity, unprofessionalism and ineptitude. Or even been damaged by it. So we must be realistic. The company we keep in our organizations is more important than ever. We begin with uniting around this question: what promises are we making and how do we keep them?

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