Roberto C. Goizueta Speech Collection

Access to digitized, searchable transcripts of speeches delivered by former Coca-Cola CEO, Roberto Goizueta, between May 1957 and September 1997.

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Off-campus Access

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Use of this database is restricted to current Goizueta Business School faculty, students and staff for academic, career and personal enrichment, and may not be used for internships or employers. Proper Use of GBL Databases

The Coca-Cola Company has granted a license to the Goizueta Business School for use of approximately 588 digitized transcripts of Mr. Goizueta's speeches.  These transcripts, many of which include his hand-written notes, reveal important lessons about Mr. Goizueta's legacy as an extraordinary leader.

GBS faculty and students are permitted to use these materials for academic purposes and personal study only, including as part of the GBS leadership development courses.

Access to these materials is limited to the current Goizueta Business School community.

GBS faculty and students may quote from these materials, providing an academically correct citation that acknowledges Roberto Goizueta as the speaker and The Coca-Cola Company as the owner of the speeches is cited.

Please send any questions about access or use of these materials to Susan.Klopper@emory.edu.

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