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World Futures 52 (2):181-186 (1998)
At the top echelons of contemporary business, managers are becoming concerned with the unsustainability of the way companies now operate. A transformation of basic business strategies appears more and more indicated. For such transformation to be effective, the culture of the enterprise?the goals it pursues and the vision of these goals entertained by managers and collaborators?needs to change. Consequently there is a growing questioning of the viability of the typical culture of today's enterprise, and a search for more functional and timely concepts for creating a new and more timely cultural pattern
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