At a time when the business world is still adjusting to the impact of the financial crisis, leaders and decision-makers at all levels need to rethink their attitudes and strategies. Looking for new ways to conduct business, a number of global companies have already started changing their business models. The objective is not only to become more sustainable and responsible but more profitable in the long-term. In "The Dharma of Capitalism" Nitesh Gor explains why doing the right thing is more than a noble idea or a compliance issue and why it can be both practical and profitable. Filled with practical advice and real-life examples, "The Dharma of Capitalism" is a thought-provoking, process-based toolkit that will help you evaluate every aspect of your business and achieve profit with purpose rather than profit for profit's sake.
Nitesh Gor has served in executive, leadership, and consulting roles in asset management, investment banking, and the natural resource exploration industry. As co-founder and CEO of Dharma Investments, he oversaw development of the Dow Jones Dharma Index, a global stock market index that tracks companies that meet high standards of ethical behaviour. Nitesh is also a regular Forbes columnist and a chair of the I-Foundation, a charity establishing the first state-funded schools in the UK based upon dharma principles. He lives in London with his family.
Chapter - 00: Introduction;Section - ONE: The Dharma Imperative;Section - TWO: The Dharma Toolbox;Section - THREE: The Dharma User's Guide;Section - FOUR: Dharma in Action;Section - FIVE: The dharma of leadership