Fit for Service: Recycle Inefficiency Into Philanthropy

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Tate Publishing, May 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 183 pages
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Contents

The Confession
15
The Calling
17
The Obstacles
19
The Right Question
21
The Right Answer
23
The Results
27
An Organizations Soul
31
Nurture
49
FormsSigns
75
AuditsLawsRegulations
83
Relationships
87
Space
93
Supplies
99
Technology
103
Additional Opportunities
111
Rest Reflect Meditate
119

Communications
63
Equipment
69
To Your Organizations Health
123
Copyright

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Page 9 - Mounting evidence suggests that corporations fail because their policies and practices are based too heavily on the thinking and the language of economics. Put another way, companies die because their managers focus exclusively on producing goods and services and forget that the organization is a community of human beings that is in business — any business — to stay alive.
Page 9 - The high corporate mortality rate seems unnatural. No living species suffers from such a discrepancy between its maximum life expectancy and the average span it realizes.

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