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Ethical Behavior: Boundaries of Influence

ISM's 92nd Annual International Supply Management Conference

Las Vegas, NV
May 2007


David D. Addler, C.P.M.

Judy Baranowski, Corporate Vice President, Motorola, Inc. Quality and Supplier Performance Management

Leah Kalin C.P.M., CPIM, Director, Supply Chain, BREG, Inc.

Carla S. Lallatin, C.P.M., President, Lallatin & Associates

Steve Smiley, C.P.M., Vice President, Strategic Supply, White Cap Construction Company

Gwen Turner, Manager, Global Sourcing, Pfizer, Inc.

How aware are you of what influences the decisions you make? Participate in this two-way dialogue as you build an awareness of influence — both positive and negative — across the spectrum of all that you do. The presentation includes examples of ways to manage influence in terms of ethical behavior. Areas of discussion include what is influence, sources of influence, examples of how people are influenced and how to manage influence.

Sponsored by the ISM Ethical Standards Committee