Relevant portions of The Hidden Soul of Capitalism Through Dynamic Markets Leadership by Lorin Loverde are available as focused Mini-books for approaches and application to Immediate Issues.
The Mini-Book series for focusing and firefighting:
These are shorter treatments of specific topics of special interest available in mini-book format of selected Chapters, most typically totaling between 200 and 300 pages per book. Each MiniBook should be combined with the essential Core material which is available simultaneously as a free introduction. The Core provides an overview of key issues as well as the underlying context of the Dynamic Markets framework, and can be obtained as an Introduction at no cost from the Free Downloads page. (Click to download)
The Core is organized to provide an introduction to the breadth and depth of the entire work. It is designed as an orientation to a new way of framing business issues and approaches, incorporating emerging understanding of organizational and human dynamics and assumptions different from the past grounded in that new learning. It includes the Introduction and Overview of major issues, as well as a Postscript that defines and suggests potential solutions to the challenges to be expected as a result of these dynamics. The Core is offered as a free sample to those interested in exploring the concept of Dynamic Markets and leadership from a larger frame of reference.
Additional mini-books focused on supplementary themes will be available over the coming weeks.
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Structuring Dynamic Culture: Discover Your Calling
This selection is compiled for those who are interested in orchestrating organizational change at the cultural level and wish to effectively encourage recognition of the Directionality toward a new era of Capitalism. It discusses the psychology and morality of the shift, the parameters of ethical creativity, and developing a learning organization consistent with higher principles and a wider range of consciousness.
Learning and Knowledge Transfer: Going Beyond a Horizon or Two
The dynamics of organizational learning and the distribution and communication of the resulting knowledge in an effective, efficient and relevant way has become both more important and more complicated as technology places new demands on organizational members. The Advent of Dynamic Markets has accellerated that change even more.
Influencing & Evaluating Alternative Paradigms: Intellectual Capital Will Reach Almost 100% of Content
New cross-cultural organizational structures such as joint ventures, corporate alliances, and other forms of corporate multiplexing require new organizational behavior that demand a high level of cultural integration. They also demand non-traditional values and behavior around ethical creativity and emancipatory thinking which draw upon more subjective considerations. These new necessities present a challenge in identifying and interpreting the right facts and the relevant facts, and in acquiring an appropriate understanding of the rapidly changing context.
Designing & Implementing Alternative Paradigms: It’s Not an Alternative If You Already Have it Under Control
The comprehensive Action Plan of Chapter 9 is added to MiniBook 4 to become this fifth in the series. It is meant for those who have progressed through the influencing and evaluation stages to where they are in a position to begin design and implementation.
Evaluating Stakeholder Commitments: You Affect More People than You Know
In Chapter 4, we look at the assumptions that underlie our business decision processes and at the importance of the co-primacy of ethics. At this point we need to consider the ethics of deciding “what ought to be” not only as equally important as “what is.” We also need to consider the ethics of creating "what is to be." It is easier if we remember that there is World Creation that is a breakthrough striking out on a new path seeking to go beyond the barrier of the horizon. If that choice is unethical, the creative power might still be there but the consequences will violate the common good or the highest good. Part of the answer of how to live will be to live in such a way that we maximize our opportunity to sustain life. Greedy materialism neither provides the desired satisfaction nor assures the sustainability of life…which means the consequence could easily be ecological catastrophic and wipe out all higher life forms. What is interesting that that the carrier of most of the threats to the world is business and yet it is now also the carrier of most of the options for cures.