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The Rise of the Cause-Architect In 1862, Abraham Lincoln signed into law the famous Emancipation Proclamation, a piece of legislation that gave freedom to all of the slaves. But true freedom was still a century away for those who lived in the black vs. white world leading up to the Civil Rights movement, an effort that began in earnest in the 1950s. The movement for freeing the slaves was a social cause that tore the country apart, resulting in a civil war and a century’s worth of social scarring that needed to heal before the effort could begin again. In 1954 the stage was set with a Supreme Court ruling that made segregation illegal.
Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le Hoʻoponopono (ho-o-pono-pono, parfois traduit en « remettre les choses en ordre », « rétablir l'équilibre ») est une tradition sociale et spirituelle de repentir et de réconciliation des anciens Hawaïens . Des coutumes identiques de thérapie familiale se retrouvent aussi dans toute la région du Océan Pacifique .
This post was originally published at HBR.org. What is entrepreneurship? You probably think that the answer is obvious, and that only an academic would bother to ask this question. As a professor, I suppose I am guilty of mincing words.
What would a Triple Bottom Line Balanced Scorecard look like? Building a Balanced Scorecard begins with the collaborative creation of a Strategy Map . The Strategy Map is a highly visual, and easily communicated, way to illustrate how the strategy of the enterprise translates into measurable objectives in each of the four perspectives – finance, customer, process, and organization – that together create a holistic view of sustainable organizational performance. Sustainability is NOT a single objective with its own metrics. Rather, sustainability is a theme that is reflected in each of these perspectives.