[Booz Allen Hamilton]: A new study — Deriving Value from Corporate Values — by the Aspen Institute and management consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton found
that companies routinely identify values as a top agenda issue, and
public companies that report superior financial results also report
greater success in linking values to operations in areas that foster
growth, such as initiative and innovativeness. However, most corporate
executives do not see a direct link to growth, and the joint study also
revealed that most companies are not effectively measuring their
‘Return on Values’ in areas important to their business strategy.

Not hard facts, perhaps. (And as Gifford Pinchot reminds us, ‘There are no facts about the future.’) But the mass of evidence, for those who need that, continues to grow.

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