People will buy into something if they buy into the purpose. Having a worthy purpose is the first step to achieving great things, as an individual, and as an organization.
It is dangerous for an organisation to solicit competition between members of the same group. Competition in a team prevents cooperative success…
The degree to which the average transaction in a market reflects the intention to do what is just is the degree to which we have a healthy economy that does not need to be managed.
the biggest danger that organisations face is very often not the threat from without, it is the destructive effect of competition between members of the team or functions and departments within the organisation.
At the deepest level there is chasm between the promise that most brands make and the customer’s experience of the brand. We help close the gap.
When these people work, they no longer work to sustain themselves. Every task in their working day is concerned with perfecting the work of art called their lives.
The aim of good work is to enable individuals. It is not to build structures. It is not aggrandizement.
It is not good enough for individuals in an organization to strive to do well. It is important for them to have co-operation between team members as well.
Instead we must admire the person who knows what is right and will never violate what is right to get something that he may want.
In this article Eric Traub suggests the corporate world has much to learn about talent from how Tibetan Buddhist monks learn.