Living Tomorrow's Company

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Gower Publishing, Ltd., 1998 - Business & Economics - 181 pages
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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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Contents

A romance and an adventure
9
Textboxes
14
Value and values
29
The rules of the game are changing
43
We are all competitors
47
The two surfaces of success
55
The inclusive approach
79
Corporate governance 105
705
Investors 117
776
Tables
731
Work wealth and worth 131
737
Divine discontent 149
749
Building u framework for success 158
761
Index 177
769
Figures
772
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