Here’s a review of a book by Jeremiah J. Sullivan. Sullivan suggests that corporations will need to undergo massive change in order to survive during coming years:
Sullivan has sophisticated strategies for multinationals to survive in this new environment, but they all boil down to his belief that the homo economicus model is inadequate and culture bound, that trust is essential to a thriving economy, and that trust can only exist in a climate of virtue: “A different ethics is needed, and a return to virtue is in order.” He discusses corruption as an issue, but this book was written before Enron and other corporate scandals showed how corrupt major American firms were.
See also: Chaordic Commons
(via Abuddha’s Memes)