Corporate Values Just Don’t Matter…Unless

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Do you remember Enron? What’s hard to fathom is that in 2001 their annual revenues were over $100 billion. They had over 20,000 employees and were one of the largest energy companies in the world. And none of that mattered. The corporation imploded in just a few months. You see, for years before that the top executives had been “cooking the books” and misleading the board of directors, shareholders, consumers and their employees.

Ironically, their stated values chiseled on the wall of their corporate headquarters were “respect, integrity, communication