“Ruehl started book clubs at HPC roughly three years ago, he said. HPC generally picks a lean-centric or people-centric book, such as Everybody Matters: The Extraordinary Power of Caring for Your People Like Family by Barry-Wehmiller Chairman and CEO Bob Chapman.
‘It’s about the respect of the people,’ he said. ‘If you forget the people, you might as well forget the business.’”
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