MANAGEMENT: Reform for Pay

"We are not do-gooders. We are quite willing to reform the world, but we insist on being realistic about everything we do. We are a profitmaking organization." So says President Raymond Stevens of Arthur D. Little, Inc., the Cambridge (Mass.) research firm, which has done a notable job in reforming seven countries —at a price. Last week, adding luster to its reputation for solving social and economic problems from Iraq to Puerto Rico, A.D.L. took on two new projects: ¶ It contracted with the International Cooperation Administration and the Philippine government to...

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