Siena Heights University. LDR604-OB. 04/21/2017. Presented by Team 2. Melissa . Denbrock. Alyssa Shelton. Michael . Stradtner. Dennis Wood. Dennis Wood. What is Conscious Capitalism. WHAT IS CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM. ID: 613905 Download Presentation
Siena Heights University. LDR604-OB. 04/21/2017. Presented by Team 2. Melissa . Denbrock. Alyssa Shelton. Michael . Stradtner. Dennis Wood. Dennis Wood. What is Conscious Capitalism. WHAT IS CONSCIOUS CAPITALISM.
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Siena Heights UniversityLDR604-OB04/21/2017Presented by Team 2Melissa DenbrockAlyssa SheltonMichael StradtnerDennis Wood
What is Conscious Capitalism
WHAT IS CONSCIOUS CAPITALISMWeiss (2014) suggests the following attributesGood businesses make money by creating valueNot all about profitsListening and learning from today’s customersConscious move to a higher purpose Just one step in that direction Separate from Corporate Social ResponsibilityA step beyond what is requiredReinforces the ‘separation thesis’
Why do organizations exist?Make money to survive – OR – Survive to make money?Beyond profit / Public serviceFremeaux and Michelson (2016) suggest Conscious Capitalism links community good and personal good. PoliceLawyersDoctorsTeachers
For profit organizations -Originally created to fill a needInevitable move to maximize shareholder valueBeyond profit / For-profit organizationsIdentifying and committing to a higher purposeHeavy engagement with all stakeholdersRally around an idea or visionBuilds creativity, innovation, and organizational commitmentReinforcing, cyclical impact back to profits
Result: Firms of EndearmentStarbucks: Schultz demonstrates value creationHelmore (2015) writes Starbucks stands out because it addresses causes that have little to do with its business.Conscious capitalism requires bold commitments.
Frémeaux, S., & Michelson, G. (2016). The Common Good of the Firm and Humanistic Management: Conscious Capitalism and Economy of Communion. Journal of Business Ethics, 1-9.Helmore, E. (March 21, 2015). How Starbucks wants to be the face of c onscious capitalism. The Guardian. Retrieved from: https://www.theguardian.com/business/2015/mar/21/starbucks- face-conscious-capitalismWeiss, J.W. (2014). Business ethics: A stakeholder and issues management approach (6th ed.) San Francisco, CA: Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc.