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The way we view business isn't viable anymore

Dernière mise à jour le 18 septembre 2013.

The way we view business isn't viable anymore

Frank Escoubès, founder of Imagination for People wrote a recent article for Huffington Post France in which he argues for a change in the way we view business. Which got me thinking about the way we choose to approach business and strategy. So here's a questions for you: If you think about a succesful business, don't you tend to see it as one which has outsmarted its competition and is now the "leader" in its sector?

I know I did. 

But is this really correct?

We have been taught to approach business in a completely erroneous way ...

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Weekend Readings - Towards a New Capitalism?

Dernière mise à jour le 1 mars 2013.

Weekend Readings - Towards a New Capitalism?

Millenials (in North America) have a completely different life and work expectations than their parents do. They want to combine traditional capitalist values with a high sense of purpose. Their buying choices are also influenced by their perception of the ethical behviour of a company and by the desire to make responsible choices which will affect positively the people involved in all of the supply chain.

The front figure of this profound change in North America would be food giant Whole Foods. A Forbes/Ashoka article explores this "councious capitalism" through a Q&A session with Whole Foods CEO John ...

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