Marvin Bower (1903 - 2003);

I have an abstract painting in my office that I bought in London off the Piccadilly fence. In that open-air mart, which operates on weekends, the artists sell their own works. Judged by the price, my painting is not great art. But it has delightful swirls, angles, and other abstract forms, all in bright colors. And when Mr. Eves, the artist, told me the title -- 'Forces at Work' -- I bought it immediately.



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1.    Maintenance of high ethical standards in external and internal relations is essential to maximum success.

2.    Decisions should be based on facts, objectively considered -- what we call the fact-founded, thought-through approach to decision making.

3.    The business should be kept in adjustment with the forces at work in its environment based on feedback and analyzes.

4.    Business opportunities should be judged and suggested on the basis of performance, market possibilities, economy, laws, funding availabilities, geography, research, etc., depending on the project character.

5.    The project should be administered with a sense of competitive urgency, confidently and in the best interest of the client.


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