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Socially Responsible Business Books

Socially Responsible Business Books

By on Sep 16, 2013 in Home Items, Products, Work | 0 comments

Socially Responsible Business Books

Socially Responsible BooksPlanning on starting a business or already running one? Here are a great collection of socially responsible business books. Topics range from how to keep more money in your community by local sourcing to tales of companies who have succeeded selling eco-friendly goods. One of the common threads to all of these books is how the owners became successful but not at the expense of others. Business does not have to be a zero-sum game where there are only winners and losers, we can all benefit.

Featured Books

Companies We Keep – Employee Ownership and the Business of Community and Place
Part memoir and part examination of a new business model, the 2005 release of The Company We Keep marked the debut of an important new voice in the literature of American business. Now, in Companies We Keep, the revised and expanded edition of his 2005 work, John Abrams further develops his idea that companies flourish when they become centers of interdependence, or “communities of enterprise”.

Ethical Markets - Growing the Green Economy
With insight, clarity, warmth, and enthusiasm Hazel Henderson announces the mature presence of the green economy. Throughout Ethical Markets Henderson weaves statistics and analysis with profiles of entrepreneurs, environmentalists, scientists, and professionals. Based on interviews conducted on her longstanding public television series, these profiles celebrate those who have led the highly successful growth of green businesses around the world.

Finding the Sweet Spot - The Natural Entrepreneur’s Guide to Responsible, Sustainable, Joyful Work

Whatever your situation, this is the book to help you get started. Finding the Sweet Spot explains how sustainable, responsible, and joyful natural enterprises differ from most jobs, and it provides the framework for building your own natural enterprise. You’ll learn how to find partners who will help make your venture successful, how to do world-class market research, how to innovate, how to build resilience into your enterprise, and how to avoid the land mines that sink so many small businesses. Most importantly, you’ll learn how to find the “sweet spot” where your gifts, your passions, and your purpose intersect.

Local Dollars, Local Sense - How to Shift Your Money from Wall Street to Main Street and Achieve Real Prosperity

Local Dollars, Local Sense by Michael Shuman probes the future of investing — making the case for investors to put their money into building local businesses and food and energy systems, and otherwise creating healthy regional economies that meet the stresses of a post-peak-oil world. The book tells readers how to find or develop opportunities for investing locally, explains the obstacles, and introduces readers to investors who have taken on the challenge and put their theories about local investing into action.



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