In this third part of a four part interview with Jay Bragdon, author of Profit for Life, we explore why companies who manage by Living Asset Stewardship aren't the ones running for bailouts.
There is nothing like a crisis with money to bring out the capacity of the individual or the company to adapt. So how well positioned are companies who organize themselves and manage themselves around a core value for life to finance themselves in tough economic times?
In this third part of a four part interview with Jay Bragdon, author of Profit for Life, we explore this question along with why companies who manage by Living Asset Stewardship aren't the ones running for bailouts; the benefits of seeing holistically when it comes to adapting to massive change and the signals that separate out a company ready to implode from one ready to grow through the crisis of the times.
What sector is catatonic right now and what is the global impact of their behavior? Join Dawna Jones and Jay Bragdon to find out. Jay's book, Profit for Life, can be purchased from Amazon.com or from www.solonline.org.
The Evolutionary Provocateur bi-monthly show is for executives, managers, and supervisors (OR for leaders at all levels) who have noticed that it is not what you know but who you are that has the biggest impact.
Dawna Jones, the show's host, believes that by raising awareness and understanding we can make a quantum leap to a new level of innovation in business - but it has to be done collectively.
What better way to do it than by provoking the evolution of how you see yourself and your role!
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