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Corporate Responsibility Redefined

August 30th, 2009 · No Comments

Corporate Responsibility is understanding that every thing we do, every part of our business, EVERYTHING, is creating the society we live in and the planet we live on. “Corporate” literally means “the body of the whole” from ancient Latin. So Corporate Responsibility is about being responsible for both the whole company and the whole in […]

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Economics of Sustainability: From A Commodity to Value-adding business model

August 22nd, 2009 · No Comments

Read my post at Regenerative Communities blog about how Middle Eastern and African nations can engage in business development that leads to  reducing terrorism and war.  It could enable them to move into full First World Nations and all the benefits that offers .

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Stop Problem Solving, Start Developing People

August 20th, 2009 · No Comments

In western cultures, much of the training, guiding, nurturing and discipline comes from the reinforcement of generic cultural norms, and the desire to guide “off-track” behaviors back to the norm (e.g., be to work on time, be honest and responsible, adhere to the laws of the land, etc.). The developmental approach to leading business organizations […]

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