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Unformatted text preview: MEMORANDUM Date: 3/26/2007 To: Charlie Holleran From: Justin Joseph RE: “Communication and the Corporation” Dear Mr. Holleran, The status of the contemporary business environment and the corporation are continuously evolving and are adapting to greater social needs. Indeed, there is a strong demand for the corporation to act or at least be seen as a constructive member of society. As a corporation, we are not just a soulless entity looking to find a soul in money. Instead, we, Ford Motors, are a legal person with a soul. Our soul may not be ethereal, but our soul exists everywhere, within everyone and everything that makes Ford Motors and continues to make Ford Motors what it is today. Our ethos should be an ethos that strives for excellence in every aspect of our work and to society. Too often we are not seen as a legal person, but merely as a “corporation.” By that I mean we are a corporation in the most pejorative sense. Many in society have adopted a view that we are cutthroat, corporation in the most pejorative sense....
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- Fall '05
- Psychology, Corporation, Legal person, Ford Motors, Charlie Holleran