When Being Good Is Just Not Good Enough Keith Wyche has been navigating the world of corporate America since the early 1980s. In that time, Wyche has noticed what he calls "unwritten rules" for minority professionals. It's the subject of his book Good is Not Enough, and he joins Farai Chideya to run down the rules.
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When Being Good Is Just Not Good Enough

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When Being Good Is Just Not Good Enough

When Being Good Is Just Not Good Enough

When Being Good Is Just Not Good Enough

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Keith Wyche has been navigating the world of corporate America since the early 1980s. In that time, Wyche has noticed what he calls "unwritten rules" for minority professionals.

It's the subject of his book Good is Not Enough, and he joins Farai Chideya to run down the rules.