Living Tomorrow's Company
Mark Goyder, who worked in manufacturing industry for 14 years before creating the Tomorrow's Company inquiry, describes the battle between two views of business - one of which reduces it to a narrow concept of contracts and transactions; the other an inclusive approach which is about inspiring people to produce extraordinary results by concentrating on the human beings whose needs lie behind every business relationship.
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A romance and an adventure
Value and values
The rules of the game are changing
We are all competitors
The two surfaces of success
The inclusive approach
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Work wealth and worth 131
Divine discontent 149
Building u framework for success 158
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