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Peter

How about 'exchanging values'? Keeps the idea of individual differences in mind. Helps avoid the uniformity pitfalls.

Dick Rowan

Interesting point. We will have to watch and see if 'sharing values' catches on, and if it converts to positive economic or social performance. The current model is also one of 'serving values' to employees and customers who are eager consumer/followers. Evidence of this is when an entire big box chain or religious denomination endorses the stated values of a political party. If I were a WalMart clerk in a smaller town with limited employment choices, my election day decisions would be straightforward.

Peter

This is in line with what the new book Mavericks at Work puts forward that the new leaders see sharing values as more important than selling value. Give and take dialog for all! Call me Marx.

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