Saving the Corporate Soul & (Who Knows?) Maybe Your Own: Eight Principles for Creating and Preserving Integrity and Profitability Without Selling Out

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Saving the Corporate Soul & (Who Knows?) Maybe Your Own: Eight Principles for Creating and Preserving Integrity and Profitability Without Selling Out
  • David Batstone
  • English
  • 01 October 2017
  • 0787964808

About the Author: David Batstone

David Batstone, Ph.D., is Professor of Ethics at the University of San Francisco His book Saving the Corporate Soul Who Knows Maybe Your Own won the prestigious Nautilus Award for Best Business Book Batstone also serves as Senior Editor of the business magazine Worthwhile, and was a cofounder of Business 2.0 Batstone appears regularly in USA Today s Weekend Edition as America s ethics guru.



      Saving the Corporate Soul & (Who Knows?) Maybe Your Own: Eight Principles for Creating and Preserving Integrity and Profitability Without Selling Out
Every day the media reports on the latest corporation guilty of financial misconduct and public deception Insider trading, fraudulent accounting, outlandish executive pay and perks a steady stream of scandals scars the business landscape But the corporate crisis is as much spiritual as it is financial More than ever, the time is ripe for Saving the Corporate Soul, In this hard hitting, thought provoking book, David Batstone shows that a corporation has the potential to act with soul when it aligns its missions with the values of its workers and puts its resources at the service of the people it employs and the public it serves He offers companies and their employees eight sound principles for doing the right thing and citing examples from firms like Timberland, General Motors, Clif Bar, and BP offers evidence that principled companies will excel financially over the long haul. New Download Saving the Corporate Soul & (Who Knows?) Maybe Your Own: Eight Principles for Creating and Preserving Integrity and Profitability Without Selling Out [ by ] David Batstone [ Kindle ePUB or eBook ] – johndore.co.uk

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10 thoughts on “ Saving the Corporate Soul & (Who Knows?) Maybe Your Own: Eight Principles for Creating and Preserving Integrity and Profitability Without Selling Out

  1. Mark Oppenlander says:

    I think that I started this book with the wrong expectations David Batstone is a Christian and an entrepreneur and has in his career been an editor with Sojourners magazine and a prime mover behind the Not for Sale anti human trafficking campaign Based on those credentials and the book s title, I expected this to be a thorough examination of the spirituality of work and what it means to be a person of faith in business Perhaps Batstone would even touch on one of my favorite topics, the spir I think that I started this book with the wrong expectations David Batstone is a Christian and an entrepreneur and has in his career been an editor with Sojourners magazine and a prime mover behind the Not for Sale anti human trafficking campaign Based on those credentials and the book s title, I expected this to be a thorough examination of the spirituality of work and what it means to be a person of faith in business Perhaps Batstone would even touch on one of my favorite topics, the spiritual aspects of the business entity e.g the corporation itself.None of that was really what this book was about Instead, Batstone, writing in the wake of the Enron and WorldCom scandals of the past decade, lays out a systematic approach to deciding whether you, or the organization you work for, have soul I was initially disappointed at this auditing appro...

  2. Marshall says:

    I guess this book is best summarized by a quote he likes by Russell Ackoff from Wharton Business School Profit is a means, not an end of a business That s like saying hammering is a means, not an end of a hammer Business is a tool that was designed for the sole purpose of creating profit Try to use it for anything else, and it s not really a business any It starts to looklike a charity, an extremely valuable ...

  3. Wellington says:

    It wasn t quite what I expected Still there were enough tidbits of information to make this worthwhile.

  4. Rob the Obscure says:

    Interesting thoughts, but not pragmatic and very idealistic Ain t gonna happen A profound misunderstanding of the nature of capitalism Needs to read some Weber, or Hannah Arendt.