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etiquette

the rules of decorous behavior. In a professional sense this includes behavior towards clients and colleagues which is in the best interests of the patients.
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First, an ethical business culture is vital--there is no alternative.
Shubiki Corporation plans to expand the titles of this series to cover various business know-how and business culture in different countries.
Of 6,455 businesses surveyed across Germany, France, UK, Canada and USA 43% of the UK's 1,510 respondents viewed entrepreneurial spirit and business culture as the most favourable aspects of doing business in the UK, but did not expect too much help along the way.
Insights from IBM's Tangible Culture Approach, a book about business culture that introduces innovative ways to address challenges in situations such as mergers, acquisitions, alliances and transformations.
Tatsuya Kusuhara's physical/theater troupe APE satirizes Japanese business culture.
Each issue also includes in-depth coverage of three business sectors, oil and gas, construction and hospitality, including interviews that cover best practices business techniques, supply chain management and the overall business culture.
Enron's failure raises questions as to business culture, auditor independence, accounting disclosure rules, checks and balances in corporate governance systems, executive compensation, employee retirement plans and the roles of market watchdogs, internal auditors and government in the energy-supply business.
initiative was to make recognition a more visible element of the business culture by involving employees directly in this cultural change.
So why has most business culture remained unchanged?
While business is likely to be conducted in a peaceful manner in the future, recent efforts to speed the evolution of Manhattan's office inventory and business culture make the city more, not less, attractive to corporations.
A strong business launch requires the right management team, as well as an organizational structure and business culture aligned with the corporate growth goals and mission.
Efforts must, of course, be customized to local business culture, society and politics.

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