Book review of ‘A Bigger Prize’, by Margaret Heffernan
Strong arguments for the bigger prize of cooperation, not competition. Mike Smith reviews 'A Bigger Prize: why competition isn’t everything and how WE do better' by Margaret Heffernan.
Building a sustainable future
On 15 March the Richmond Times Dispatch published an article by Mike Smith, Head of Business Programmes for Initiatives of Change UK, headlined 'Trust and integrity in the global economy', across five columns on its Op-ed page. The strap headline reads: 'Building a Sustainable Future'. The out-take beneath the headline reads: 'I find in Richmond an integrity of purpose in the city's determination to come to terms with its history in order to build a future on a sound basis of trust.'
TIGE Talk with Mark Goyder
Business as a force for good
What are the human purposes of business and investment? How can business organisations serve all their stakeholders in a balanced way? What does corporate social responsibility really mean in practice? And how do stewardship and sustainability apply in the business context?
Líderes Conscientes - sua importância para termos Negócios Conscientes
Em parceria com Capitalismo Consciente, de São Paulo, Iniciativas de Mudança apresentou, em 4 de fevereiro de 2014, sua experiência no trabalho com liderança ética e consciente que reflita em negócios bons para todos.
Netwerkavond: Leiderschap en moed op een vierkante meter
Op 2 december vond in het Centrum van Initiatives of Change een inspirerend gesprek plaats over leiderschap en moed. Het gesprek werd ingeleid door Andor de Rooy (psycholoog, met ervaring als Management development adviseur, trainer en executive searcher en tegenwoordig management coach). Een boeiend en interactief gesprek over Leiderschap en Moed ontspon zich.
Caux Initiatives for Business 2013 Report
The report gives a comprehensive look of every aspect the conference, which happenend from 7-11 November 2014 at Asia Plateau, Initiatives of Change conference centre in Panchgani, India.
Bernard Lietaer speaking on 'Why this crisis? And what to do about it?' in Berlin
Bernard Lietaer, author of The Future of Money (translated in 18 languages), is an international expert in the design and implementation of currency systems. He has studied and worked in the field of money for more than 30 years in an unusually broad range of capacities including as a Central Banker, a fund manager, a university professor, and a consultant to governments in numerous countries, multinational corporations, and community organizations.
Steps toward the Promised Land of ethical banking
London’s City Values Forum launches new initiatives to embed integrity in financial services
Film of Caux TIGE featured on home page of Business School Lausanne
Filmmaker Jonty Herman's five-and-half-minute documentary film about the Caux TIGE 2013 conference (Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy) held in Caux, Switzerland, last July, is featured on the home page of Business School Lausanne (BSL), a premier Swiss business school and the third largest in the country.
Of Markets and Men
Reshaping finance for a new season
James Featherby will talk about his book Of Markets and Men - Reshaping finance for a new season in which he suggests four reforms needed to change financial and business culture towards greater integrity and sustainability.