Over the last 100 years, four distinct contexts of business leadership have emerged in the West: paternal-mechanistic, humanistic, holistic, and spiritual-based. Each context represents a fundamental change in how we view the nature of business leadership. As we embrace and fulfill these contexts of business leadership, we believe it will naturally fuel a fundamental change in the nature of business itself, such that business and … [ Read more ]
Content: Article | Authors: Debra Ruth Miller, William C. Miller | Source: “Global Dharma Center” | Subject: Organizational Behavior
It’s not the strongest species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change.
Content: Quotation | Source: “Global Dharma Center” | Subjects: Change Management, Success / Failure
We are all spiritual beings. To unleash the whole capability of the individual — mind, body, and spirit — gives enormous power to the organization. This has nothing to do with religion. People of many faiths, or no faith at all for that matter, can join together in a common cause of service to others through their work.
Content: Quotation | Source: “Global Dharma Center” | Subject: Human Resources
I believe the real difference between success and failure in a corporation is how well the organization brings out the great energies and talents of its people.
Content: Quotation | Source: “Global Dharma Center” | Subjects: Organizational Behavior, Success / Failure