- Paperback: 119 pages
- ASIN: B00SKBON6S
- Package Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,845,249 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Evolved Enterprise - How to Re-think, Re-imagine, and Re-invent Your Business Paperback – 2014
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This is a rare pre-release excerpt from Yanik Silver's upcoming book Enlightened Enterprise. The book outlines Silver's vision for building businesses that have social benefits while also making profits.
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The marketplace is changing and I believe people are looking to align with companies that is a symbol of what they believe about themselves.
Evolved Enterprise has showed me how to re-create my business by putting my full heart and soul in it so I can build a business I love and do business with people who have shared beliefs.
Business is about people and when you have a community and culture where people feel like they belong along with a product, service or opportunity that is a symbol of what they believe, it's game over for your competition who doing business the usual way.
Evolved Enterprises ARE the future of business and this book will get you ready for it.
Since I was reading a pre-release copy, I was not surprised to see a few grammatical and formatting errors. Hopefully these will be corrected during the final editing process. I don't believe though that these errors in any way detracted from the book's message.
As a healthy business specialist (think fusion of employee wellbeing and organization development), this book lays out a new model and vision of the organization of the future. I agree with the author in that there is a new shift emerging. Business as usual will be rewritten and this book does a great job of laying out a blueprint for businesses and organizations to consider.
As a bonus, I found it to be an engaging read and one I completed within days of the book arriving in the mail.
My challenge now is to figure out how I can best become an Evolved Enterprise Ambassador and begin planting the seed of an Evolved Enterprise within my sphere of influence.
If you are an organization leader thinking that you need to do something different, I heartedly recommend you give this book a read.