4 edition of Doing Business With Benedict found in the catalog.
by Continuum International Publishing Group
Written in English
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About Doing Business with Benedict. Benedict (c) wrote a rule book that for fourteen centuries has influenced monastic life throughout the world and continues to guide, spiritually and practically, the Benedictine order.
Ampleforth Abbey in Yorkshire has recognised the power of the Rule for guiding life and work in the modern world and has been running courses for business people.
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St Benedict wrote a rule book that for 14 centuries has influenced monastic life throughout the world and continues to guide, spiritually and practically, the Benedictine order. In this book, the Rule is applied in a business setting. Summary: St Benedict (c) wrote rules that influenced monastic life throughout the world for 14 centuries and continue to guide the Benedictine order.
This book is based on Ampleforth Abbey's courses for business people that explore the value of St Benedict's teaching. Doing business with Benedict: the rule of St Benedict and business management: a conversation.
[Kit Dollard; Anthony Marett-Crosby; Hannah Garland] -- In the world of business where it has become fashionable to apply rules from other walks of life to the boardroom, the application of spiritual rules within business has become extremely popular.
Format: Paperback Being an administrator/emeritus professor in a Benedictine University, this book has proven to be an exceptional discussion providing students a unique way to think about business. Doing Business with Benedict: The Rule of Saint Benedict and Business Management - A Conversation Paperback – Illustrated, 23 Jan by Marret Crosby Dollard (Author), etc.
(Author)Reviews: 2. Titled Doing Business With Benedict, the book is a three-way discussion of the application of Benedictine principles to the business world.
Kit Dollard’s Benedictine Business Training program applies the Benedictine rule’s focus on community life and the hard work of living together to the people-centered problems of the workplace: work relationships, leadership, customer.
In the book Doing Business with Benedict, the authors state, “Central to the theme of treating every person as an individual is the need to listen — perhaps Benedict’s most well-known command.” Any successful CEO will tell you that listening to customers is the best route to meeting the company’s goals.
In a conversational narrative, Benedict relates the stories of seven Mormon business leaders-five CEOs (including those of Dell Computers, JetBlue and Deloitte & Touche), one CFO (of American Express), and the former dean of Harvard Business School-to discover how these devout professionals tackle modern workplace problems.
The Mormon Way of Doing Business: Leadership and Success Through Faith and Family by Jeff Benedict 1, ratings, average rating, reviews Open Preview See a. Benedict also never addresses “the Mormon way of doing business” beyond these eight stars. A Utahn seeing this book’s title might assume it’s about multilevel marketing, or a business environment where LDS leaders recently felt compelled to send a letter to congregations warning them to be aware of fraudulent investment schemes being pitched to them, presumably by other Mormons.
What makes The Benedict Option‘s influence striking is that it made such a big splash before the book was even released. For many, however, the Benedict Option (BenOpt) is. Rule of Benedict Business books crowd the shelves in bookstores and libraries, with an estima new titles being published every year.
One of the best business books of all time is not shelved in the business section, though. It’s shelved in Religion, Christianity and/or Spirituality. This book detailed the business experiences and preparations of various CEOs including Dave Checketts (New York Knicks & MSG), Kevin Rollins (Dell Computers), David Neelman (Jet Blue), Jim Quigley (Deloitte), Kim Clark (Dean HBS), Clayton Christensen, among others all of whom are Mormons/5().
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By Bryan Gentry. Click to Buy After many years of doing business in “the Mormon Way,” Jeff Benedict finally got to write a book about it. Benedict’s book The Mormon Way of Doing Business, released in January by Warner Books, examines the business practices of eight members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who have reached the top of the corporate ladder.
The Mormon Way of Doing Business. Author Jeff Benedict. New York: Warner Business Books, Buy This Item. The Mormon Way of Doing Business. Reviewer Sarah Prete. This volume highlights a number of very successful LDS businessmen who effectively juggle work, family, and time-intensive Church callings.
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