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The Value Motive: The Only Alternative to the Profit Motive - Paul Kearns
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Our present market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy. At the heart of capitalism is profit. Consequently, profit has become the main driver of society. And that´s fine, because if we all make enough profit then things must be okay. Right? Wrong. Profit can be a powerful motive, but is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have adverse effects at a wider level (think CFCs). The calls for a corporate conscience are growing louder, but no one has yet suggested an alternative to profit that the majority find anything like as compelling. Profit is here and now. In this climate of confusion, the solution is to augment the profit motive, not replace it. To refine it so that it enriches society both materially and spiritually. To create The Value Motive. We all value things. And we´re all fired up by what we value. Value is personal and thus a powerful force for motivating people - who are the engine of any organization. If value could replace the profit motive, it could reconcile the interests of shareholders, CEOs, citizens and government. Everyone would pursue value as part of a whole. This book is a call to manage for maximum value, and offers an alternative to the profit motive without replacing it. Profits still rise using the value motive, but society gains more value. The profit motive has served us well for many years; The Value Motive is the next step. Our market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy, and at its heart is profit. But while profit can be a powerful motive, it is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have damaging effects at a wider level. Bücher > Fremdsprachige Bücher > Englische Bücher gebundene Ausgabe 23.03.2007, Wiley John + Sons, .200

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Our market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy, and at its heart is profit. But while profit can be a powerful motive, it is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have damaging effects at a wider level. Our present market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy. At the heart of capitalism is profit. Consequently, profit has become the main driver of society. And that's fine, because if we all make enough profit then things must be okay. Right? Wrong. Profit can be a powerful motive, but is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have adverse effects at a wider level (think CFCs). The calls for a corporate conscience are growing louder, but no one has yet suggested an alternative to profit that the majority find anything like as compelling. Profit is here and now. In this climate of confusion, the solution is to augment the profit motive, not replace it. To refine it so that it enriches society both materially and spiritually. To create The Value Motive. We all value things. And we're all fired up by what we value. Value is personal and thus a powerful force for motivating people - who are the engine of any organization. If value could replace the profit motive, it could reconcile the interests of shareholders, CEOs, citizens and government. Everyone would pursue value as part of a whole. This book is a call to manage for maximum value, and offers an alternative to the profit motive without replacing it. Profits still rise using the value motive, but society gains more value. The profit motive has served us well for many years; The Value Motive is the next step. Bücher / Fremdsprachige Bücher / Englische Bücher 978-0-470-05755-1, Wiley John + Sons

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Our present market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy. At the heart of capitalism is profit. Consequently, profit has become the main driver of society. And that´s fine, because if we all make enough profit then things must be okay. Right? Wrong. Profit can be a powerful motive, but is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have adverse effects at a wider level (think CFCs). The calls for a corporate conscience are growing louder, but no one has yet suggested an alternative to profit that the majority find anything like as compelling. Profit is here and now. In this climate of confusion, the solution is to augment the profit motive, not replace it. To refine it so that it enriches society both materially and spiritually. To create The Value Motive. We all value things. And we´re all fired up by what we value. Value is personal and thus a powerful force for motivating people - who are the engine of any organization. If value could replace the profit motive, it could reconcile the interests of shareholders, CEOs, citizens and government. Everyone would pursue value as part of a whole. This book is a call to manage for maximum value, and offers an alternative to the profit motive without replacing it. Profits still rise using the value motive, but society gains more value. The profit motive has served us well for many years; The Value Motive is the next step. Our market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy, and at its heart is profit. But while profit can be a powerful motive, it is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have damaging effects at a wider level. Buch (fremdspr.) Bücher>Fremdsprachige Bücher>Englische Bücher, Wiley John + Sons

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PAUL KEARNS started his career specializing in industrial relations management in 1978. He then moved into human resource management roles in engineering, construction and manufacturing businesses. His last corporate role in 1991 was sitting on the management team of an automotive business where he became acutely aware, for the first time, that managing value and managing profit were two entirely different objectives. He found, in particular, that managing the human aspects of organizations to create value had become probably the biggest management issue of modern times and one that had no easy solution and no single, coherent methodology. Since then he has been working in this field as a consultant, writer, teacher and business conference speaker. His writing has drawn a great deal of attention from both the business and academic worlds, although he has always regarded himself, first and foremost, as a pragmatic practitioner. As a consequence he regards his work as bridging the divide between academic theory and management practice. He teaches on MBA programmes and trains managers to understand the wealth creating opportunities presented by a more enlightened approach to people management. He has written eight books and is a regular, thought-provoking contributor to both academic and professional journals. Paul was born in 1955 in Leicester (UK) and has a degree in economics and economic history. He is married to Nuala and they have three grown-up children. Business Business eBook, Wiley

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The Value Motive: The Only Alternative to the Profit Motive
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Kearns, Paul

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The Value Motive: The Only Alternative to the Profit Motive

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0470057556

Our present market system has evolved in line with capitalist philosophy. At the heart of capitalism is profit. Consequently, profit has become the main driver of society. And that's fine, because if we all make enough profit then things must be okay. Right? Wrong. Profit can be a powerful motive, but is not always used responsibly and, in the worst cases, this can have adverse effects at a wider level (think CFCs). The calls for a corporate conscience are growing louder, but no one has yet suggested an alternative to profit that the majority find anything like as compelling. Profit is here and now. In this climate of confusion, the solution is to augment the profit motive, not replace it. To refine it so that it enriches society both materially and spiritually. To create The Value Motive. We all value things. And we're all fired up by what we value. Value is personal and thus a powerful force for motivating people - who are the engine of any organization. If value could replace the profit motive, it could reconcile the interests of shareholders, CEOs, citizens and government. Everyone would pursue value as part of a whole. This book is a call to manage for maximum value, and offers an alternative to the profit motive without replacing it. Profits still rise using the value motive, but society gains more value. The profit motive has served us well for many years; The Value Motive is the next step.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780470057551
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0470057556
Hardcover
Publishing year: 2007
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
265 Pages
Weight: 0,544 kg
Language: eng/Englisch

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