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Embed the ethos of community and citizenship

“Stakeholder relationships must be seen as interdependent and positive-sum.”

In our increasingly interdependent world, highly collaborative systems will outperform organizations that are characterized by adversarial win-lose relationships. Yet today, corporate governance structures often exacerbate conflict by promoting the interests of some groups(such as senior executives and the providers of capital)at the expense of others (usually employees,local communities, and the planet). Management systems must more fully reflect the ethos of community and citizenship—and the inescapable interdependence of all stakeholder groups must be designed into organizational operations at every level.

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Embed the ethos of community and citizenship

“Stakeholder relationships must be seen as interdependent and positive-sum.”

In our increasingly interdependent world, highly collaborative systems will outperform organizations that are characterized by adversarial win-lose relationships. Yet today, corporate governance structures often exacerbate conflict by promoting the interests of some groups(such as senior executives and the providers of capital)at the expense of others (usually employees,local communities, and the planet). Management systems must more fully reflect the ethos of community and citizenship—and the inescapable interdependence of all stakeholder groups must be designed into organizational operations at every level.

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Enlist a small group of employees to volunteer in an external, community-related project to demonstrate how collaboration and community can solve real world problems for individual and organizational
Remove the secrecy, fear, and mistrust that too frequently accompany organizational change. Use change to build morale rather than weaken it.
Hack by Leslie-Ann Bergstrom on September 20, 2010
Can ethical consumption and the capitalist model coexist? It is currently accepted that consumption is a prevalent feature of the capitalist system.
Hack by Brad McKee on May 9, 2012
After a period of relative under-performance from '99 to '04, In 2005 Hindustan Unilever undertook a massive 'culture-reboot' that focussed the length and breadth of the organization on making a 'real
Story by Stephen Remedios on April 15, 2012
We need to develop a personal stake in our world.
Story by Jennifer Conrad on May 11, 2012
We talk a lot about how important communication is.  Communication within our organizations is one of the easiest, most valuable tools we have, and we don't always find a way to use it properly.&
Story by Michelle Paitich on September 20, 2010
Using Web 2.0 tenets such as crowdsourcing, gamification, and social rewards, Dogfooding 2.0 solves the problem of  employees not supporting/using products and services of their company.If implem
Hack by Regnard Raquedan on July 17, 2011
It’s basically a Geosocial network with a crowdfunding platform which leverages the circular economy, the Sharing Economy, Tokenization of waste using Blockchain and the Support Economy (book by
Hack by patrick chanda on February 20, 2014
Can capitalism be hacked to create homes for children who  live either in institutions or on the streets and in sewers?On Valentines Day, February 14th 2006, Terry Hallman met with EveryChild in
Hack by Jeff Mowatt on July 26, 2012
There are a lot of people who are loosing their jobs and income which affects families and the whole society. Coach people in all ages and over branches to create jobs and opportunities by using
Story by Christer Edman on November 25, 2010

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