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Author Bruce explains which global business strive to be enjoyable and inspiring places to work, and why other businesses are stuck in a dead end mindset that prevents them from reaching their potential. He explores the concepts and practices that make for a better business.
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"It is an OK place to work, but I wouldn't want to raise my children here!"
Do you believe businesses can be enjoyable and inspiring places to work? That they can be profitable while contributing to the well-being of staff, customers, suppliers, shareholders and the wider community alike? That they can help build a better world? Would you like to work for or build such a business? This book identifies several businesses that achieve all of these.
In Better Business for a Better World, Peter Bruce explains why many in the business world are stuck in a mindset that traps them in a visionless pursuit of elusive profit. In response, he offers a compelling vision of businesses leading towards a more prosperous, just and unified world. Learn how to implement these ideas within your sphere of influence. Read about the powerful role of business in developing society. Explore the dominant paradigms that shape our thinking on the cusp of the new millennium.
Six businesses--from New Zealand, Bangladesh, Canada and England--are featured in the book. Their leaders are pioneers in developing principle-based, prosperous businesses. Observing their example, you will explore concepts and practices for building better businesses. These include:
-principles for modern businesses
-the philosophical base of businesses (mission, vision and values)
-a global society
-the role of leadership
-developing a stakeholder focus
Better Business for a Better World provides several reflective and action tools for you to develop better businesses. These tools will help you identify action steps to improve your workplace, whether you own a business or are employed.
Peter Bruce's work in tertiary education and training and development exposes him to many different people and workplaces. He is fascinated by the fact that while most people are basically good, they often become tortured by their workplaces. At the same time, he has also seen how much better workplaces can be when infused with positive values. Peter has faith in the inherent nobility of people; he has faith that more of our businesses will become great places to work. He is sure the ideas in this book will work for your business and wants to hear about your success.
Peter lives in Whangarei, New Zealand, and writes whenever he can get his son Sam off the computer.About the Author:
The vision of a peaceful and prosperous planet inspired Peter Bruce to write his first book. He lives with his children in Whangarei, New Zealand. Peter teaches communication and business at Northland Polytechnic. He is also developing "Go 4 Growth," a training and development company.
Writing, teaching and fostering business development sit happily together and enable Peter to express his values. Peter gains much inspiration from the Bahá'í Faith and a growing sense of an emerging global family.
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Book Description E-Book Pub, 2000. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. illustrated edition. 240 pages. 8.75x6.00x0.75 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # zk1587360101
Book Description Hats Off Books, 2000. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1587360101