New Traditions in Business: Spirit and Leadership in the 21st Century

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A fundamental transformation—what many are calling a "paradigm shift"—is underway today in our business and work world. This book brings together paradigm thinking in business. Writers such as Peter Senge and William Miller focus on transforming business toward greater emphasis on meaningful work, spiritual values, social responsibility, and visionary leadership.

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Overview

A fundamental transformation—what many are calling a "paradigm shift"—is underway today in our business and work world. This book brings together paradigm thinking in business. Writers such as Peter Senge and William Miller focus on transforming business toward greater emphasis on meaningful work, spiritual values, social responsibility, and visionary leadership.

A fundamental transformation--what many are calling a "paradigm shift"--is underway today in our business and work world. This book brings together paradigm thinking in business. Writers such as Peter Senge and William Miller focus on transforming business toward greater emphasis on meaningful work, spiritual values, social responsibility, and visionary leadership.

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  • John E. Renesch
    John E. Renesch  

Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781881052036
  • Publisher: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/28/1992
  • Pages: 253
  • Product dimensions: 6.02 (w) x 8.95 (h) x 0.75 (d)

Meet the Author

Renesch is a writer who has compiled over 300 writings by leading thinkers in a dozen anthologies he's created since 1990.

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Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction 1
1 21st-Century Business: A Background for Dialogue 11
2 The Emerging New Paradigm in Business 25
3 The Evolution of Human Consciousness 39
4 Creating Esprit de Corps 53
5 How Do We Put Our Spiritual Values to Work? 69
6 The Leader's New Work: Building Learning Organizations 81
7 The 21st-Century Corporation: The Tribe of the Relationship Age 95
8 The Anatomy of a Healthy Company 109
9 Corporation As Community: A New Image for A New Era 123
10 Effective Membership in the Global Business Community 141
11 A Framework for Visionary Leadership 159
12 Leadership in Metanoic Organizations 175
13 A Self-Organizing Leadership View of Paradigms 193
14 Corporate Leadership in the 21st Century 209
15 Ethics in American Business 225
References and Recommended Reading 235
How to Contact the Authors 241
Index 243
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