Tag Archives: First Industrial Revolution

Why Isn’t ‘Servant Leadership’ More Prevalent?


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This was the question posed recently on the Wisdom Research Network of the University of Chicago by James L. Heskett, Baker Foundation Professor, Emeritus at the Graduate School of Business Administration, Harvard University. He continued: “Servant leadership is an age-old … Continue reading


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The Spirit of Capitalism: the Quakers and the First Industrial Revolution


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The ecological model in The New Ecology of Leadership shows enterprises as being conceived in passion and born in communities of trust and practice. My insights into this dynamic were first guided by my discovery of the Society of Friends, … Continue reading


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