75 best business practices for socially responsible companies
G. P. Putman's Sons, Aug 1, 1995 - Business & Economics - 304 pages
The Social Venture Network is a community of some 500 highly successful, socially minded business leaders and entrepreneurs with a common goal: to integrate the elements of an ethically motivated workplace into a company's day-to-day operations. With Alan Reder, journalist and author of In Pursuit of Principle and Profit and coauthor of Investing from the Heart, they have compiled their innovative and successful practices into this handbook of practical ideas for transforming the workplace.
Because these practices sprang from some of America's most creative business minds, each reflects profound business sense as well as social concern. Any forward-looking corporate leader or entrepreneur will want to know about these ideas and how they can be implemented. Concerned managers will see dozens of ways to integrate them into their own offices. This is a guide for our time, from today's most visionary business leaders.
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