Posts Tagged: culture

Conscious Capitalism

Conscious Business Graph - Purpose, Stakeholder, Leadership, Culture


What if business is the answer?

To third-world development
To personal fulfillment
To strong communities
To world peace

Sure, it sounds grandiose, and it is. But this is what a lot of people who attended the Conscious Capitalism® conference believe. And many are making it happen.

People from all over the world – from huge corporations to family-owned businesses – converged on San Diego this April to attend Conscious Capitalism 2014: Building Fully Human Organizations.

I found my tribe.

I’ve always believed in business. I’ve often thought that doing good should not be reserved for the non-profit sector. I also think that people should be able to do good and make a profit. Read the Rest

Maybe a Flat Leader is Just What You Need

Full-size cut outs may be the corporate equivalent of Lincoln Logs.

We created one a few years ago to pitch our idea for a fake news program. The professor was one of the characters who would explain complicated things in plain English.

And he was a hit. Our prototype stood over by someone’s cubicle for awhile and, flat as he was, people wanted to engage with him. Someone even pasted a new face on him. Most of all, they remembered us and loved our idea, and hired us. Read the Rest