Who is responsible for good work? (Howard Gardner).
PART ONE: POWERFUL MODELS OF RESPONSIBILITY).
1. Taking ultimate responsibility (William Damon and Kendall Bronk).
2. The ability to respond (Susan Verducci).
3. Creativity and responsibility (Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Jeanne Nakamura).
4. A call to serve: An exploration of humane creators (Wendy Fischman).
PART TWO: FACTORS THAT MODULATE RESPONSIBILITY).
5. A balancing act: How physicians and teachers manage time pressures and responsibility (Jeffrey Solomon).
6. Placing God before me: Spirituality and responsibility at work (Seth Wax).
7. Responsibility and leadership (Andreas Schröer).
8. Service at Work (Lynn Barendsen).
9. Beyond the gender stereotype: Responsibilities to self and others (Carrie James).
10. Control and responsibility: A Danish perspective on leadership (Hans Henrik Knoop).
PART THREE: THE LIMITS OF RESPONSIBILITY).
11. Constraining responsibility: Choices and compromises (Laura Horn and Howard Gardner).
12. Irresponsible Work (Howard Gardner).
Part Four: Toward Greater Responsibility).
13. Practicing responsibility (Jeanne Nakamura).
14. The GoodWork Toolkit: From Theory to Practice (Lynn Barendsen and Wendy Fischman).
Conclusion (Howard Gardner).