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Twenty-nine leading scholars and executives provide a visionary look at the future of business, propelling past damaging industrial-age values to uncover the key ingredients of humanistic, ecologically sustainable, and intergenerational prosperity.

Edited by: David Cooperrider and Audrey Selian
Foreword by: Jesper Brodin and Halla Tรณmasdรณttir
Pages: 232
Hardcover

Through the exploration of robust cases and stories packed with deep insight and vital science, this extraordinary collection explores how we can adapt our notions of value, markets, and models of cooperation and collective action to create a world where economies and businesses excel, all people thrive, and nature flourishes.
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In part I, โ€œThe Business of Business Is Betterment,โ€ the contributors show how enterprises today are further developingโ€”and even taking a quantum leap beyondโ€”the multistakeholder logic of โ€œshared value creation.โ€ Part II, โ€œNet Positive = Innovationโ€™s New Frontier,โ€ is focused on what companies can and are doing to move away from โ€œdoing no harmโ€ to playing an active role inย solvingย environmental, social, and economic problems. The final section, โ€œUltimate Advantage: A Leadership Revolution That Is Changing Everything,โ€ looks at new leadership paradigmsโ€”characterized by unexpected qualities like virtue, love, compassion, and connectionโ€”that are crucial to creating engaged, empowered, innovative, and out-performing enterprises.
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This book is designed to galvanize change and unite a global community of inquiry and action. It establishes the conceptual cornerstones for a new kind of business practice that will lead the way to an equitable, sustainable, and flourishing future.

David L. Cooperriderย is aย distinguished university professorย at Case Western Reserve University and holds two chaired professorships there. He is the founder and faculty director of theย Fowler Center for Business as an Agent of World Benefitย and is the honorary chairman of Champlain Collegeโ€™sย David L. Cooperrider Center for Appreciative Inquiry. He has served as an advisor to prominent individuals like Bill Clinton, His Holiness the Dalai Lama, Kofi Annan, and Jimmy Carter and companies such asย Johnson & Johnson, Keurig Green Mountain Coffee, Apple, Verizon, McKinsey, the US Navy, and the UN Global Compact. ย 

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9.31 X 6.25 X 0.85 in
232 pages

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Distributed by Penguin Random House, a publishing company with strong goals to promote diversity & inclusion, and action plans towards the environment and sustainability. Read more about their Social Impact here (external link).

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