Thereas a new business revolution brewingabdonat let your organization miss out. Whole Foods, Trader Joeas, Wegmans, Costco, The Container Store. You shop there not only for the products they sell, but for the business philosophy these market leaders are pioneering. InConscious Capitalism, iconic CEO John Mackey and professor Raj Sisodia show how such companies are creating a movement thatas transforming business. The authors present the fundamental principles and practices of their bold new vision of conscious capitalism: businesses operating from a sense of higher purpose and prospering financially while also generating other critical forms of valueaemotional, social, intellectual, ecological, financial, and spiritual. These are businesses built on love and care instead of fear and stress. Some of todayas best companiesaGoogle, UPS, Southwest Airlines, Herman Miller, Bright Horizons, Patagonia, Panera, Starbucks, REI, Tata and othersaare making this vision real. Theyare not being politically correct. Rather, they understand that conscious capitalism is the ultimate path to long-term competitive advantage. Theyare full-throated advocates for free markets, entrepreneurship, competition, and property rights. But they operate by a markedly different set of principles. Drawing on decades of personal experience and interviews with conscious capitalist CEOs and thought leaders, this book reveals those principlesaexplaining how to: ac Alignallyour stakeholdersacustomers, employees, investors, suppliers, society, the environmentaand gain synergies instead of accepting trade-offs ac Serve your organizationas higher purpose instead of personal ambitions ac Build a conscious culture that creates tremendous value and competes successfully but looks beyond profits ac Manage every function in your business consciouslyaHR, marketing, strategy, operations Authored by the high-profile leaders of the movement and supported by extensive research, this revolutionary book gives leaders in every industry and sector a blueprint for much-needed change. It is about creating a new philosophical paradigm for business and capitalism. It will lead you to think about and practice business differentlyawith purpose, multiple stakeholder alignment, conscious leadership, and with fully human, caring business cultures.These are businesses built on love and care instead of fear and stress.
|Author||:||John Mackey, Rajendra Sisodia|
|Publisher||:||Harvard Business Press - 2013-12-30|