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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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To start, I suggest that owners create four lists: core values for the owner, for employees, for the firm and for working with clients.
The time-line for establishing sufficiency as fourth core value involves a few generations rather than a few years and it requires a deepened political and societal discourse and adapted educational systems (Dobson 2003).
A strong management team that drew from the complementary strengths of the businesses, a thoughtful integration plan, frequent communications and introduction of the core values helped to ease the process.
Rather than spending $5,000 to $10,000 on an advertising campaign, traveling to camp fairs, or purchasing more Google ad words, consider spending that money on a gift for your current campers or camp families that is aligned with your camp's core values.
As a result, one would then expect that significant time and effort might be required to transform a safety as a priority culture to a safety as a core value culture.
From the moment we arrive at Lackland Air Force base, we learn the core values and how to incorporate them in our lives as airmen.
Over the past decade and a half, the Department of Defense (DOD) and each of the uniformed Services has issued core values statements:
Catch a glimpse of the various Louis Vuitton Core Values campaign images through the years:
I believe one of the greater challenges facing oncology nursing in the next few years will be staying true to our core value of advocacy.
As we reinvent the enterprise, we need to bring core values front and center.
As part of his core value, my Hindu friend venerates the cow, and he would refuse to slaughter her even if he and his family would starve to death.
Thus, it is imperative that you help instill the core value of change or continuous improvement within your leadership team while being aware that there is no easy button to accomplish this.