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What ‘integrity’ means to you
During the poisoned-Tylenol crisis of 1982, Johnson & Johnson incurred a vast financial loss by asking stores to destroy their Tylenol inventories.
Compare J & J’s response to that of Johns-Manville Corp., which refused for years to admit that the asbestos it produced was killing people. When you compare those actions, some traits of integrity emerge: — Adapted from “The Human Side of Integrity is not loyalty to an organization, but to honorable principles. Integrity is not keeping secrets, but speaking the truth despite negative outcomes. ,” Thomas Teal, Management Harvard Business Review.
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