Umair Haque: Why Meaningful Brands Will Matter

Via Scoop.it – Designing design thinking driven operations Umair Haque, author of The New Capitalist Manifesto, describes how the businesses that matter to people in the 21st Century are the businesses that make people meaningfully better off. Via fearlessrevolution.com Photocredit: http://noseinabook.tumblr.com Related articles Umair Haque’s Betterness: Economics for Humans – Harvard Business Review (serve4impact.com)

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Occupy Big Business: The Sharing Economy’s Quiet Revolution – Sara Horowitz – Business – The Atlantic

Found at Occupy Big Business: The Sharing Economy’s Quiet Revolution – Sara Horowitz – Business – The Atlantic. In the shadow of the Great Recession and the Occupy Wall St. movement, ordinary people are re-negotiating their terms with big business. They want to spend less, do more, and solve problems together. They are the foundation of the new “sharing economy.” Reuters Read all at Occupy Big Business: The Sharing Economy’s Quiet Revolution – Sara Horowitz – Business – The Atlantic. Photocredit: http://noseinabook.tumblr.com Related articles Market Correction? Try Perma-Crisis – Umair Haque – Harvard Business Review (serve4impact.com)

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Bridging the Values Gap | Blog | design mind

Usually i have a limited quote. This is an exception. Can you understand why Found at Bridging the Values Gap | Blog | design mind.  What citizens, in the U.S. and elsewhere, demand are new, more collaborative and inclusive models of value creation that produce meaning as much as profits. Many leading business thinkers, from Gary Hamel to Michael Porter are listening to this groundswell. Beyond conventional concepts of corporate social responsibility, the discourse has shifted to more fundamental questions that prompt us to rethink the very gestalt of the enterprise. Hamel proclaims the “reinvention of management” to make our organizations more human-oriented, Porter promotes the concept…

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