The Art of Corporate ListeningPeter Firestein
Answering charges that their companies have damaged the environment, violated human rights, or harmed customers with defective products has become a part of life for many corporate managers. Allegations of misconduct coming from activist NGOs and other outside groups can threaten the reputation of any company—and therefore its commercial viability.
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