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02 June 2008


John Cooke

Great article Alastair. I was reading the book "Think Big. Act Small" by Peter Jennings and he echoed the same thoughts about a principled organization like Koch. From his team's study of over 30,000 companies he chose Koch as one of nine other companies that are capable of sustaining long-term value and growth. Having integrity as one of our core "lived" principles is a major reason for this. I'm sure there are many companies with a written list of principles or code of conduct that simply talk about integrity, but here at Koch I have always felt that it is lived. At the end of the day the proof is in the pudding and Koch stands out among it's peers for integrity and long-term growth and value creation.

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