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What do serving in the military and overseeing the world's largest healthcare company have in common?
Both require that you earn the right to lead and fulfill your duty to those you serve—whether that's your country or the patients, consumers, employees and stockholders you represent, says Johnson & Johnson Chairman and CEO , who served as a captain in the U.S. Army.
That's just one of the insights he revealed last week during an interview with David Westin of Bloomberg Big Decisions that was filmed at the company's new museum, where he answered tough questions on transparency in drug pricing and affordable healthcare—and explained why his biggest legacy will be to live up to Johnson & Johnson's historic company code of conduct, the Credo.