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Corporate Purpose: Why It Matters More Than Strategy (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

Corporate Purpose: Why It Matters More Than Strategy (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

Shankar Basu
Published: 1999
ISBN: 0815333749
Publisher: Routledge

What You Do Is Who You Are: How To Create Your Business Culture

What You Do Is Who You Are: How To Create Your Business Culture

Ben Horowitz
Published: 2019-10-29
ISBN: 1094028649
Publisher: Harpercollins B And Blackstone Publishing

What You Do Is Who You Are: How To Create Your Business Culture

What You Do Is Who You Are: How To Create Your Business Culture

Ben Horowitz
Published: 2019-10-29t00:00:01z
ISBN: 1094028630
Publisher: Harpercollins B And Blackstone Publishing

The Invasion Of The Funky Pastors: Church Business At War With African Culture

The Invasion Of The Funky Pastors: Church Business At War With African Culture

Harry N. Agina
Published: 2010
ISBN: 1449081207
Publisher: Authorhouse

The Teahouse: Small Business, Everyday Culture, and Public Politics in Chengdu, 1900-1950

The Teahouse: Small Business, Everyday Culture, and Public Politics in Chengdu, 1900-1950

Wang, Di
Published: 2008-06-11T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 0804758433
Publisher: Stanford University Press

Global Executive Information Systems: Key Issues And Trends (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

Global Executive Information Systems: Key Issues And Trends (transnational Business And Corporate Culture)

Anil Kumar
Published: 2000
ISBN: 0815327897
Publisher: Routledge

The Economy of Character: Novels, Market Culture, and the Business of Inner Meaning

The Economy of Character: Novels, Market Culture, and the Business of Inner Meaning

English Fiction, History And Criticism, Characters And Characteristics In Literature, Psychological Fiction, English, Literature And Society, History, Authors And Readers, Books And Reading, Romanticism
Lynch, Deidre Shauna
Published: 1998
ISBN: 0226498204
Publisher: University of Chicago Press

Sound in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture)

Sound in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction (Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture)

Published: 2009
ISBN: 0812241991
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

The Conquest of Cool: Business Culture, Counterculture, and the Rise of Hip Consumerism

The Conquest of Cool: Business Culture, Counterculture, and the Rise of Hip Consumerism

Frank, Thomas
Published: 1997
ISBN: 0226259919
Publisher: University Of Chicago Press

An examination of the 1960s creative revolution, in which the ad industry rejected the same icons it had created a decade earlier, a turn that led to the renegade spirit of today's advertising.

Tom Grimes

Superb and immensely readable. . . . With "The Conquest of Cool," Frank -- brilliant, excoriating and wickedly funny -- assumes the mantle of the preeminent cultural critic of his generation. -- Houston Chronicle


Managing Interactively: Executing Business Strategy, Improving Communication, and Creating a Knowledge-Sharing Culture

Managing Interactively: Executing Business Strategy, Improving Communication, and Creating a Knowledge-Sharing Culture

Communication In Management, Communication In Organizations, Management, Data Processing, Information Technology, Management Information Systems
Boone, Mary E.
Published: 2000
ISBN: 0071358668
Publisher: McGraw-Hill
Based on numerous interviews with top CEOs and other professionals, Managing Interactively helps readers become well-versed communicators in today’s global, technologically focused organizations.Best-selling author Mary Boone examines the techniques and issues that surround clear and effective communication skills in the rapidly changing digital environment and presents provocative new ideas that will help readers address today’s communication challenges. Distilling the experience of top executives into easily applied techniques, each chapter features actual stories from expert communicators who have learned how to successfully adapt their communication strategies to today’s technologies. Managing Interactively is a must-have for anyone facing the communication challenges of today’s volatile business world.

About the AuthorMary E. Boone is a leading authority on organizational communication and collaborative technology. She is also the author of the best-selling Leadership and the Computer. Boone is a frequent speaker, executive coach, and consultant on organizational performance and interactive communication. She is president of Boone Associates, a consulting firm based in Norwalk, Connecticut (www.maryboone.com).


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The Business Ethics Twin-Track: Combining Controls and Culture to Minimise Reputational Risk

The Business Ethics Twin-Track Combining Controls and Culture to Minimise Reputational Risk

Business Ethics, Business & Economics -> Management -> Business Ethics
Steve Giles
Published: 2015-06-01
ISBN: 1118785347
Publisher: Wiley Professional Development (P&T)
Institute a proactive reputational management framework that matches individual behaviour to organizational values

The Business Ethics Twin-Track is a practical guide to reputational risk management. A deep exploration of the concept of reputation, the ways in which it can suffer, and the consequences when it does, the book outlines an ethics controls framework that can mitigate risk and improve business performance. Readers will learn how to identify and manage weaknesses, and how to institute a system of governance that embeds proper, ethical conduct into the corporate culture. A clear set of controls and procedures provides actionable instruction that can be customised to suit the organisational structure, and discussion of historical and international ethics provides the context for implementation. Case studies illustrate the real-world applications, while interviews with executives from a variety of sectors provide important practical insights into some of the key issues discussed in the book.

The law regulates behaviour in health and safety and financial crime, but otherwise, conduct is largely determined by the culture, ethics and values of an organisation. Effective reputation management is complex, and often difficult to achieve, as much of the available information on the topic is more theoretical than practical. This book bridges the gap by providing the tools that will help managers to:

Today's fast-paced media environment means corporate reputations can be obliterated in moments, and damage limitation is often too little, too late. Adopting the measures set out in this book will embed ethics into the culture, and match people's behaviours to the organisation's values.


The Invasion Of The Funky Pastors: Church Business At War With African Culture

The Invasion Of The Funky Pastors: Church Business At War With African Culture

Harry N Agina
Published: 2010
ISBN: 1449081193
Publisher: Authorhouse

The Fear-free Organization: Vital Insights From Neuroscience To Transform Your Business Culture

The Fear-free Organization: Vital Insights From Neuroscience To Transform Your Business Culture

Brown, Paul; Kingsley, Joan; Paterson, Sue
Published:
ISBN: 0749472952
Publisher: Kogan Page

Food Chains: From Farmyard to Shopping Cart (Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture)

Food Chains: From Farmyard to Shopping Cart (Hagley Perspectives on Business and Culture)

Published: 2010-08-03T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 0812221346
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

The Respect Effect: Leveraging Culture, Emotions and Neuroscience to Build a Better Business

The Respect Effect: Leveraging Culture, Emotions and Neuroscience to Build a Better Business

Meshanko, Paul
Published: 2012
ISBN: 1457512025
Publisher: Dog Ear Publishing, LLC

The Japanese Adult Video Industry (Routledge Culture, Society, Business in East Asia Series)

The Japanese Adult Video Industry (Routledge Culture, Society, Business in East Asia Series)

Wong, Heung-Wah, Yau, Hoi-yan
Published: 2017
ISBN: 0415703786
Publisher: Routledge

When In China: A Guide To Chinese Business Culture (bilingue Chinois + Pinyin- Anglais)

When In China: A Guide To Chinese Business Culture (bilingue Chinois + Pinyin- Anglais)

Published: 2016
ISBN: 7513809844
Publisher: Sinolingua

What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture

What You Do Is Who You Are: How to Create Your Business Culture

Horowitz, Ben
Published: 2019-10-31T00:00:01Z
ISBN: 0008356114
Publisher: William Collins

Social History of Economic Decline: Business, Politics, and Work in Trenton (Class & Culture)

Social History of Economic Decline: Business, Politics, and Work in Trenton (Class & Culture)

Social Stratification & Social Classes, United States History - Northeastern & Middle Atlantic Region, Labor & Politics, Industries - General & Miscellaneous
Cumbler, John T.
Published: 1989
ISBN: 081351374X
Publisher: Rutgers University Press

Nineteenth-century Trenton, New Jersey, was a booming commercial and manufacturing center for iron, rubber, steel cables, machine tools, and pottery. Trenton's golden age lasted until the 1920s, when many local industries were bought out by national companies. The story of the subsequent social, political, and economic decline of Trenton is also the story of twentieth-century urban America. John Cumbler analyzes the decline of Trenton in terms of the transition from civic capitalism to national capitalism.

Under civic capitalism Trenton was directed by local entrepreneurs who, linked by family, political, and community connections as well as a cohesive world view, determined their own and their community's destiny. Despite labor-management conflict and disagreements among unions, business and labor had a common interest in the community where they lived and worked. Local control was to end in the 1920s, when the growth of national markets, the availability of large sums of investment capital, and new forms of business organization ushered in an era of national capitalism. In 1924, Crane Company bought the Trenton Potteries, beginning an era of mergers and consolidations. Trenton's major industries were taken over by large national corporations. Workers were rapidly replaced by machines, and economic decisions affecting Trenton began to be made far from the Delaware River.

Cumbler analyzes how the transition from civic to national capitalism brought to the fore the tensions within Trenton's unions and work force. Unions were internally divided over issues of admission (race), representation, and ideology. Faced with competition from national corporations, Trenton's remaining employers turned on the unions, attacking organized workers as radicals. The cooperation between labor and management that had existed rapidly began to unravel. Trenton's manufacturing base continued to decline through the 1960s. By the 1970s, there was little heavy industry left. Service and state government jobs increased, but many of these did not pay industrial-scale wages, nor were there sufficient employment opportunities to absorb Trenton's expanding labor force. Trenton now faces a host of problems typical of urban America: a declining tax base, a dilapidated housing stock, an aging population, and sharp racial divisions.

Cumbler's broad history covers the emergence of entrepreneurial enterprise, the development of class and ethnic conflicts, the emergence of national corporations and bureaucracies, Progressive Era reform, the depression and the New Deal, the postwar government and service economy, and the social unrest of the 1960s. All of these forces were significant in the creation of modern America. Cumbler's study of Trenton allows us to better understand the origins and impact of these large national events.


The Teahouse: Small Business, Everyday Culture, and Public Politics in Chengdu, 1900-1950

The Teahouse: Small Business, Everyday Culture, and Public Politics in Chengdu, 1900-1950

History, Politics and government, Social life and customs, Tearooms, Restaurants, china
Wang, Di
Published: 2013
ISBN: 0804791031
Publisher: Stanford University Press
This Study Examines Economic, Social, Political, And Cultural Changes As Funneled Through The Teahouses Of Chengdu During The First Half Of The Twentieth Century.

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