Promoting Altruism in Organizations - The Flip Side of Business Outcomes
BY STEPHEN J. LINENBERGER
Posted: January 4, 2010
Existing business models continue to focus on maximizing profits and shareholder value, with less attention paid to other factors that can positively impact the bottom line, such as human capital investment, stewardship, collaboration, and critical thinking skills. To deliver the highest, most enduring competitive advantage, consider the "flip side" of business by aligning pro-social behaviors with organizational performance, and build altruistic management philosophies into the workplace.
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Research By Stephen J. Linenberger:
Altruism - The New Competitive Advantage
Resources on this topic:
Advancing Performance: Using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® for Targeted Results
The Evolving Standard for Human Capital Reporting
Understanding How Personality Influences Leaders' Information Preferences