The Maritz Institute is anchored in an ideal or goal we call Better Business. Better Lives. We believe that the science of human behavior can come together with the art of great design to create meetings and motivation programs that not only make businesses better, they also enrich the lives of the people touched by these programs. […]
Posts Tagged ‘conscious capitalism’
Habit, if not resisted, soon becomes necessity. — Saint Augustine
We are a little over half way to the finish line researching and publishing 21 science-based principles that can be incorporated into the design of experiences. The next 9 posts are in the “work-in-progress” mode and not quite ready to share. So, today, I’ll write a post about something I am not only passionate about, […]
While at MASSIVE, a forum I attended a couple of weeks ago sponsored by Simon Sinek and Bob Chapman, we had a very enlightening and important dialogue on self-interest vs. service. We came to a place that the problem was when we try to force and either / or mentality onto such a complex human […]
I had the opportunity to speak about “Delivering the Brand Promise from the Inside-Out” at last week’s Retailing Summit sponsored by Texas A&M. I felt very fortunate to speak alongside an impressive line-up of academic and business leaders including:Raj Sisodia, Author & Professor, Conscious Capitalism; John Mackey, co-CEO, Whole Foods Market;Tom Lamb, SVP Marketing, […]
There seems to be a significant philosophical shift occurring in business. It is the shift from the stockholder to stakeholder model.