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by Tom McEwan
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10. Marketing and the consumer. 11. Environmental protection. Part V: organisations in a global context. 12. International business and the Third World. 13. Ethical investment. Part VI: managing values and beliefs in organisations. 14. Organisational culture and stakeholder theory. 15. Corporate social performance, ethical leadership and reputation management.
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Managing Values and Beliefs in Organisations, Harlow: Prentice Hall. Business Ethics Quarterly.
We value your privacy. It also examines the organisational implications that arise from these beliefs, such as interfunctional tension between artistic and marketing departments.
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Book topics range from portfolio management to e-commerce, risk management, finan- cial engineering, valuation and financial instrument analysis, as well as much more. WHY THIS BOOK Not all CEOs, business managers, and financial managers possess a deep understanding of value, although they need to understand it fully if they are to do their jobs well and fulfill their responsibilities. This book offers them the necessary understanding, and its practical intent reflects its origin as a hand- book for McKinsey consultants.
The song of organisational change goes: 'Ready or not, here I come. Managing Value in Organisations argues that traditional business thinking has produced low trust with high cost in increased disengagement: the 100 year old management model still accrues organisational debt, the business model privileges producers, and the learning model pretends individual learning produces collective learning. All are now barriers to development.
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American beliefs and values. Even in today's society, where most Americans work for large, complex organizations and few people can claim economic self sufficiency, individualism persists. What among all of its regional and cultural diversity gives America its national character and enables its citizens to affirm their common identity as Americans? Clearly, having a particular race or creed or lifestyle docs not identify one as American. Individual proprietorship in business is still extolled as the ideal.