Icons of Entrepreneurship Jobs or Gates: Differences in Leadership Two of the biggest entrepreneurial names in the business world, Steve Jobs and Bill Gates offer a unique but different set of leadership skills.
The Just Third Way: Are there limits to democracy? Are there limits to peace? Are there limits to justice?
Think about these questions in terms of the present war in Iraq and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in the Holy Land. Without a clear understanding of justice, we cannot recognize the limits, or the effective paths, to freedom, democracy and peace. To paraphrase Victor Hugo: This new worldview points the way to a lasting and humane solution to global conflicts.
Describing justice at the individual or personal level, Ferree wrote: For Pope Pius XI [in his Encyclical, Restructuring of the Social Order], the theory of justice is based squarely on the dignity of the human personality.
His position is that charity regulates our actions toward the human personality itself, that Image of God which is the object of love because it mirrors forth the Divine Perfections, and in the supernatural order shares those perfections.
To attack a human person in his personality itself, as by hatred, is a failure against charity; but to attack him by undermining the supports of his human dignity, as by robbery, is a failure against justice. The same thing is true in the field of social morality.
The human community, as such, shows forth the perfections of God in ways that are not open to individuals. This fact is very clearly stated in paragraph 30 of the Encyclical Divini Redemptoris: These natural gifts have a value surpassing the immediate interests of the moment, for in society they reflect a Divine Perfection, which would not be true were man to live alone.
This love is social charity. Moreover, as society thus makes available to man the further perfection of his potentialities of mirroring the Divine Perfection, it is also a support for these perfections, and hence is an object of the virtue of justice.
This justice, Social Justice, which is directed at the Common Good itself, requires that the society be so organized as to be in fact a vehicle for human perfection. Crane, a global strategist, prolific writer on Islamic jurisprudence and another co-founder of the Center for Economic and Social Justice, has authored a brilliant paper published on the web site of the Global Justice Movement.
Understanding Economic Justice If social justice consists of organizing with others to change social institutions, then the pursuit of economic justice is an indispensable part of social justice. Principles of economic justice deal with all institutions affecting the production, consumption and distribution of economic goods and services.
They deal with the more urgent material human needs, in contrast to the higher spiritual, intellectual, cultural and social needs that must be satisfied for the fullest development of every person.
Since institutions are artifacts created by people, not God, transforming and perfecting them is a continuing responsibility of each of us, once we share a common vision and common principles of effective action. Among all the writings on the subject of economic justice, the clearest set of principles I have encountered are in a book, The Capitalist Manifesto,  co-authored by Louis O.
Kelso and Mortimer J.Drawing upon its members, Chatham House aims to promote debate on significant developments in international affairs and policy responses.
Their independent research and analysis on global, regional and country-specific challenges is intended to offer new ideas to decision makers on how these could best be tackled from the near to the long term.
We present a critical review of theory, empirical research, and practical applications regarding generational differences in leadership phenomena. What is MBO? "MBO is one of the rational school of management's successful products." ~ The Economist.
Management by objectives (MBO) is a systematic and organized approach that allows management to focus on achievable goals and to attain the . PARTICIPATIVE Bill Gate s leadership is participative style because he involves his subordinate in decision making.
He is a flexible person and he recognized his role was to be visionary of the company.5/5(1). Culture's Critical Role in Change Management - INTRODUCTION It is said that people are the greatest assets to an organization and it is their beliefs, customs, perspectives, attitudes, and values that constitute to the culture that prevails in an organization.
The legacy you leave is the life you lead. And leadership can be a powerful tool for good—whether leading a team or developing your individual potential to achieve your personal best.