"Institutional logic holds that companies are more than instruments for generating money; they are also vehicles for accomplishing societal purposes and for providing meaningful livelihoods for those who work in them. According to this school of thought, the value that a company creates should be measured not just in terms of short-term profits or paychecks but also in terms of how it sustains the conditions that allow it to flourish over time. These corporate leaders deliver more than just financial returns; they also build enduring institutions."
"Why not empower everyone to feel like they can ‘be’ around this issue and that they can ‘do’ something about it? We all can be inspired and moved to take personal agency in standing united in breaking the silence."
Sixteen line items later ...Purchase Order terms and conditions complete. I have learned from my past mistakes with working with manufactures and relying on trust. Today, as I worked through each of these terms I can recall being on the receiving end of buyer seller agreements based on trust and email correspondence that have gone awry. For a small business owner, manufacturing agreements lacking in due diligence is an expensive lesson that I am glad to have gained wisdom from and can now do better this time.