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Merchantville, NJ, United States, 2006/11/01 - “A Declaration of American Business Values: Ethics, Equity and Efficiency in the New Millennium” examines the relationship between the historical roots of American Democracy and their applications to the world of commerce.
Based on findings of the preeminent American social scientists, the key value systems are defined and designed for plans of action. Explore the theoretical and applied principles that instruct how to motivate people and make organizations prosper. Uncover the core values central to business success--Ethics and Morality; Individualism and Progress; Equality and Equity; Work and Achievement; Productivity and Efficiency; Unity and Patriotism.
Gain an in-depth look into the subject matters of Pay Equity, Corporate Social Responsibility, and the Role of the Individual. Learn how to adopt a systemic model of doing business, based on the cultural norms necessary to ensure an efficient and just work environment.
“A Declaration of American Business Values” (americanbusinessvalues.com) encourages participation and discussion through a constructive tone favoring innovation and change. The book is suitable for employees at all company levels, as well as training facilitators, human resource managers, motivational speakers, organizational consultants, and international businesspeople.
With topics ranging from “The True Meaning of Happiness,” and “Mastery of Understanding Society,” to “The Suggestive Manager,” and “Exporting Corporate Culture,” “A Declaration of American Business Values” provides a wide range of discourse.
The book stresses a qualitative approach. It steers away from acting as a strictly quantitative barometer of technical solutions and plug-in management techniques. “A Declaration of American Business Values” presents guidelines and ideas fundamental to American culture that are applicable to all business entities.
Robert L. Merz is a native Philadelphian. He holds a Master’s degree in Industrial Relations from the University of Oregon, and a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology from Tulane University. He has worked for several Fortune 500 companies in the fields of sales, marketing, and management. He has participated in several structured, corporate management-training programs, and been involved in an entrepreneurial start-up business.
“A Declaration of American Business Values: Ethics, Equity and Efficiency in the New Millennium”; Robert L. Merz; Paperback; 148 pages; ISBN 0-9765868-1-9; 5 ½“ x 8 ½“; $12.95; Bibliography; Publication Date: November, 2006