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Inclusivity: Will America Find Its Soul Again? Paperback – September 19, 2012
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Michael Gordon is the Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Social Entrepreneurship and Business Administration at the Ross School of Business, University of Michigan, where is he a former associate dean. He is an award-winning educator and author, a social innovator (honored by the Smithsonian Institution three times), and an acclaimed public speaker. His passion is creating a better world, guided by cutting edge organizations. He is author of Design Your Life, Change the World: Your Path as a Social Entrepreneur. He is keenly interested in applying insights gleaned from around the world to address societal problems in the U.S. Learn more at profmichaelgordon.com Christian Sarkar is the founder of several entrepreneurial ventures, a marketing consultant, and the co-founder of the $300 House Project. He is also the VP of Innovation for Enterprise for a Sustainable World. Christian works with businesses, nonprofits, and leading thinkers to challenge assumptions, grow good ideas, and develop ecosystematic business models. Learn more at christiansarkar.com
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The book gives us 50 examples of inclusivity in business, government, education, healthcare, cities and rural communities.
Read this book if you are interested in the following questions:
- How can companies take better care of their employees--and thrive?
- Why don't they see the opportunities in creating social value?
- Do Americans think we have a fair distribution of wealth?What are new means of putting our collective talents to work?
- How can communities take the lead in creating opportunity?
- How can public education prepare all students for the future?
- How can better health care be made available without doctors?
- How can communities do something about global warming?
- How can you make a difference?
- Why should you care?
I personally recommend this book to business leaders looking to tap into new sources of innovation and social responsibility.