David Packard

A company is more likely to die of indigestion from too much opportunity than starvation from too little.

David Packard

[In 1949], I attended a meeting of business leaders. I suggested at the meeting that management people had a responsibility beyond that of making a profit for their stockholders. I said that we … had a responsibility to our employees to recognize their dignity as human beings, and to assure that they should share in the success which their work made possible. I pointed out, … [ Read more ]

David Packard

Profit is not the proper end and aim of management. It is what makes all the proper ends and aims possible.