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What We Should Know About Rita Hartman

Speaking with others[1] at the Robert S. Hartman Institute about Rita Hartman yields a sense of caring and dedication to her husband’s impact on life and her passion for making sure Dr. Hartman’s contributions to value theory, valuation, and other areas are understood, practiced, and advanced.  A fine way to remember each of the contributors memory of Mrs. Hartman is best summed by Mark Moore:  

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RSHI Fall 2021 Newsletter

We're in the midst of our three-day 45th Annual Hartman Conference!  Day One is complete and Day Two is tomorrow.  We'll wrap up with Day Three on November 9th. I'm inspired and full of appreciation for our presenters and this community. It was a joy to watch the Day 1 sessions again, via the recordings, which are available to all registrants. Don't miss this Goodness!
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The Paradoxical Pairing of Ethics and Compliance

I attended a webinar about ethics the other day. Specifically, it was about how to build and measure an ethical culture in your organization. I liked the concept.

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Hartman History Series - What Everyone Should Know About John W Davis

The development of a retrospective on the founders of the Robert S. Hartman Institute (the Institute) best starts with a discussion about Dr. John W. Davis.  In the development of this article several long-time associates of Dr. Davis spent time to share stories, experiences, and fond memories. Most importantly, they discussed how Dr. Davis’ contributions to the Institute and to the study and advancement of axiology, value theory, and the Hartman Value Profile profited from his leadership.[1]

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