In a 2009 article in Fortune, Good to Great author Jim Collins notes that the companies that are able to weather the storm and emerge as industry leaders are those with strong values and the understanding that it’s “their people who would get them through.”
The challenge for virtually any organization today is how to turn this adversity into a defining moment, which will only be achieved by good people.
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