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David Y Choi, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor of Management and Entrepreneurship and an Associate Director of the Hilton Center for Entrepreneurship at Loyola Marymount University.

Edmund R. Gray is Professor of Management at Loyola Marymount University.


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A must-read book for all entrepreneurs and business students!! 6 Feb 2011
By james - Published on Amazon.com
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As an entrepreneur and a professional manager, I always have noticed that the corporate strategy based on corporate culture has become the strongest competitive strategy over the competitors in many practical reasons. However, it was not easy to find examples or management theories supporting the idea. Rather, many people have an illusion that making a shared value-oriented company may not be consistent with the traditional goal of a business pursuing profit. This book shows the importance and practical value of the concepts such as business ethics, shared value, integrity, and social responsibility, and it further teaches how to integrate those concepts with your business from the business plan to realize a better business with a strong organizational fundamental, also enhancing financial performance. I believe you will also find examples you can introduce instantly to your business, impacting your company and market.
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All entrepremeurs should have this book!! 19 Dec 2010
By monica park - Published on Amazon.com
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An excellent book that talks about what all entrepreneurs want and should know about being socially and environmentally responsible. It will enlighten you on a new breed of entrepreneurs that are up and coming. How they did it and what they did to make it happen. An awesome guide on how to build your company and follow your passion to make a positive impact in this world and still make money.
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A Brilliant Piece of Work for Enabling Organizational Alignment 31 Dec 2010
By mcarrol9 - Published on Amazon.com
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Many people think of Social Responsibility as corporations giving to some organization like CarbonFund.org or some small charity. However, this book brilliantly illustrates that there are thousands of ways that organizations small and large can systemically utilize the resources of the firm to give back in a synergistic manner that actually enables the mission of the firm.

It's an easy read, has loads of examples, and is informative. This book constantly igniting new ideas as I went through it - most of which are in the process of being implemented at the company. One of the first initiatives that we undertook was diverting a % of revenue into a fund that is managed by the employees. Our team is predominately women & middle-aged who aren't the best at technology. We needed to implement a new accounting tool to track profitability / account. However, we wanted clients to know that their expenses are going to help a charity, so the team ACTUALLY adopted the technology solution because they WANTED to tell the clients how much time & how many $$ we gave to this particular charity.

This book was the genesis for this new initiative and we are giving copies to clients. We have talked about terminating existing relationships with clients who are not at least talking about ways to be socially responsible at some level in their businesses.

Incredible Read.
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