The Meaning Revolution

The Meaning Revolution
Author: Fred Kofman
Publsiher: Crown Currency
Total Pages: 370
Release: 2018-05-01
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781524760748

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Advisor of Leadership at Google and former vice president of leadership at LinkedIn claims that the biggest driver of motivation is the chance to serve a larger purpose beyond our careers and ourselves, rather than salary, benefits, bonuses, or other material incentives; companies that are able to successfully focus their people, their teams, and their culture around meaning outperform their competition. Fred Kofman's approach to leadership has little to do with the standard practices taught in business school and traditional books. Bringing together economics and business theory, communications and conflict resolution, family counseling and mindfulness mediation, Kofman argues in The Meaning Revolution that our most deep-seated, unspoken, and universal anxiety stems from our fear that our life is being wasted--that the end of life will overtake us when our song is still unsung. Material incentives--salary and benefits--account for perhaps 15 percent of employees' motivation at work. The other 85 percent is driven by a need to belong, a feeling that what we do day in and day out makes a difference, that how we spend our time on earth serves a larger purpose beyond just ourselves. Kofman claims that transcendental leaders, wherever they are in the hierarchy, are able to put aside their self-interests and help others to feel connected with others on a team or in an organization on a great mission and part of an ennobling purpose. He argues that every organization involved in work that is nonviolent and non addictive has what he calls an "immortality project" at its core. And the challenge for leaders is to identify and expand on that core, to inspire all stakeholders to take part.

Change the World Without Taking Power

Change the World Without Taking Power
Author: John Holloway
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2019
Genre: POLITICAL SCIENCE
ISBN: 1786804700

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A classic thought-experiment in the true meaning of resistance.

The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution

The Meaning of the Nuclear Revolution
Author: Robert Jervis
Publsiher: Cornell University Press
Total Pages: 290
Release: 1989
Genre: History
ISBN: 0801495652

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Robert Jervis argues here that the possibility of nuclear war has created a revolution in military strategy and international relations. He examines how the potential for nuclear Armageddon has changed the meaning of war, the psychology of statesmanship, and the formulation of military policy by the superpowers.

Conscious Business

Conscious Business
Author: Fred Kofman
Publsiher: ReadHowYouWant.com
Total Pages: 546
Release: 2008-11
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9781427098184

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Presents techniques for organizational success that involve embracing such qualities as integrity, authenticity, accountability, and honesty.

Writing the Revolution

Writing the Revolution
Author: Heather Ford
Publsiher: MIT Press
Total Pages: 181
Release: 2022-11-15
Genre: Language Arts & Disciplines
ISBN: 9780262046299

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A close reading of Wikipedia’s article on the Egyptian Revolution reveals the complexity inherent in establishing the facts of events as they occur and are relayed to audiences near and far. Wikipedia bills itself as an encyclopedia built on neutrality, authority, and crowd-sourced consensus. Platforms like Google and digital assistants like Siri distribute Wikipedia’s facts widely, further burnishing its veneer of impartiality. But as Heather Ford demonstrates in Writing the Revolution, the facts that appear on Wikipedia are often the result of protracted power struggles over how data are created and used, how history is written and by whom, and the very definition of facts in a digital age. In Writing the Revolution, Ford looks critically at how the Wikipedia article about the 2011 Egyptian Revolution evolved over the course of a decade, both shaping and being shaped by the Revolution as it happened. When data are published in real time, they are subject to an intense battle over their meaning across multiple fronts. Ford answers key questions about how Wikipedia’s so-called consensus is arrived at; who has the power to write dominant histories and which knowledges are actively rejected; how these battles play out across the chains of circulation in which data travel; and whether history is now written by algorithms.

Big Data

Big Data
Author: Viktor Mayer-Schönberger,Kenneth Cukier
Publsiher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Total Pages: 257
Release: 2013
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9780544002692

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This revelatory exploration of big data, which refers to our newfound ability to crunch vast amounts of information, analyze it instantly and draw profound and surprising conclusions from it, discusses how it will change our lives and what we can do to protect ourselves from its hazards. 75,000 first printing.

The Day the Revolution Began

The Day the Revolution Began
Author: Tom Wright
Publsiher: SPCK
Total Pages: 424
Release: 2016-10-11
Genre: Religion
ISBN: 9780281077205

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In The Day the Revolution Began Tom Wright invites you to consider the full meaning of the event at the heart of the Christian faith – Jesus’ crucifixion. As he did in his acclaimed Surprised by Hope, Wright once again challenges commonly held beliefs, this time arguing that the Protestant Reformation did not go far enough in reshaping our understanding of the Cross. With his characteristic rigour and incisiveness, he goes back to the New Testament to show that Jesus’ death not only releases us from the guilt and power of sin, but is nothing less than the beginning of a world-wide revolution that continues to this day – a revolution that creates and energizes a movement responsible for restoring and reconciling the whole of God’s creation. The Day the Revolution Began will take you to a new level in your appreciation of the meaning of Jesus’ sacrifice: opening up its powerful and amazing implications, inspiring you with a renewed sense of purpose and hope, and reminding you of the crucial role you can play in the world-transforming movement that Jesus started.

On Revolution

On Revolution
Author: Hannah Arendt
Publsiher: Penguin Group
Total Pages: 40
Release: 1963
Genre: Revolutions
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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