What is Transparency?

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McGraw Hill Professional, Feb 20, 2004 - Business & Economics - 96 pages

What Is Transparency? defines the concept of openness in every area of business, explaining its role in our global economy and revealing how transparency can be leveraged to give companies a competitive edge. Advantages include:

  • Giving shareholders confidence in their companys profits
  • Open, accessible leaders who promote loyalty and productivity
  • Clearly defined policies, and goals that make a department run smoothly

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Contents

TRANSPARENCY Setting Sights on a Moving Target
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THE OPACITY SPIRAL Defiance Disclosure and Destruction
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THE TRANSPARENCY IMPERATIVE
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Richard W. Oliver (Nashville, TN) is an award-winning professor at the Owen Graduate School of Business and author of The Shape of Things.

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