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Values-based management

Values-based management in which the organization’s values guide employees in the way an example of a company that uses values-based management. Based on the simple statement “Make It Better,” employees at Timberland know what’s expected and valued. They know they need to find ways to “make it better” – whether it’s creating quality products for customers, performing community service activities, designing employee training programs, or figuring out ways to make the company’s packaging more environmentally friendly.

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