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Discerning God in the local economy 
A ‘Retreat on the Street’ practice leads to an unexpected approach from some local businesses.
2018 Modern Families Index 
A significant proportion of UK’s working parents are struggling to cope with long work hours – and stalling and downshifting their careers for family life.
Three changes for 2018 
Relatively easy changes that businesses can make in 2018 that help people either avoid poverty or help them get out of poverty.
Today's leaders need to commit to a purpose 
Paul Polman, the CEO of Unilever, talks about his personal mission to be a force for good instead of just making a profit.
Wealth creation and the Church
What is the role of the Church and its leaders in enlightening, educating, equipping, and empowering God’s people for the service of wealth creation?
How entrepreneurial is your area? 
A report and mapping website which examines performance of small and medium-sized businesses across the UK by local authority.
Leading for mutual value 
Joe Garner, CEO Nationwide talks on how mutuality in business - an inclusive, self-reliant form of capitalism where people help one another, is more relevant than ever today.
For the least of these 
Jesus calls on us to care for the poor. How do we do that when we live in a modern industrial society?
The dignity of work 
Inherent in who we are as humans is the need for a person to contribute to his or her family or neighbourhood or culture in a discernible way.
Completing capitalism 
A different way of doing business following research from Mars Inc on 'What is the right level of profit for its business activities?'

Events (1 found)

Strategy and Virtue - Newcastle-upon-Tyne
@Newcastle Business School Business and Law Building, Room 403 City Campus East 1 Newcastle-upon-Tyne, NE2 1XA
Professor Haridimos Tsoukas draws on virtue ethics in this seminar to offer a view of strategic management that underscores its moral dimension. Using examples, strategic management should aim at making future organisational well-being as important as the present. It needs to articulate a good purpose for the organisation while balancing caring for refining the capacities for excellence and doing what is necessary for the organization to succeed in its external environment.

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