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Credo

A short statement of principles and/or goals to guide a company in the conduct of its business. See also: Mission statement.
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P&GJ: Why are core values so important to a company, and specifically, what core values do you have?
One other consideration is that while we may all declare (and practice) safety as a core value, we may have different perceptions of what is safe.
Is there something fundamentally different between DOD and the uniformed Services or among the uniformed Services themselves that makes distinctions in their core values a matter of logical necessity?
The approach described by Schwarz and employed in his facilitation training and consultation activities is based on an explicit set of core values that work in any circumstance, be it personal or professional.
For The Search For Core Values project which involves working with high-risk youth and young adults and their parents to raise awareness of crime and its effects on the community and instill core values and living skills.
The very essence of our core values should exist not only in the profession of our duties, but also prevalent in our private lives.
They represent what the Air Force expects from each graduate--a well-trained, well-educated and honorable officer who lives the core values of integrity first, service before self, and excellence in all he or she does.
Utilizing Free-Space Optics to enable wireless carrier backhaul in the Digivance application underscores the core values of FSO--that of being an accelerator and enabler of networks requiring optical bandwidth," said Steve Hane, LightPointe's vice president, business development.
Genetic inheritance on the types of values acquired by people in the socialization process has impact on how basic core values are achieved.
CLF's Boston advocacy center is now home to Core Values Northeast, a coalition of New England and New York State farmers, environmentalists, and consumer advocates that works to promote sales of sustainably raised apples, peaches, and other fruits and vegetables.
Turley says that brands must get back in touch with today's buyer values without migrating away from the brand's core values.