Tribal Wisdom for Business Ethics.
By: Rosile, Grace Ann.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Bingley : Emerald Group Publishing Limited, 2016Description: 1 online resource (286 p.).ISBN: 9781786352873.Subject(s): Business ethicsGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Tribal Wisdom for Business EthicsDDC classification: 174.4 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Front Cover -- Tribal Wisdom For Business Ethics -- Copyright Page -- Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Cases -- List of Contributors -- Dedication -- Preface and Map to the Territory -- Part I: Wisdom of the Elders -- 1 Eight Aspects of Tribal Wisdom for Business Ethics, and Why They Matter -- Eight Aspects of Tribal Wisdom and Relevance for Business Ethics -- Three Reasons for Applying Tribal Wisdom to Business Ethics -- References -- 2 Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Quantum Science for Business Ethics -- 3 Indigenous Ways of Knowing and Business Sustainability -- Wisdom of the Elders
Relating Harmoniously to One's Environment -- References -- 4 Indigenous Science for Business Ethics and the Environment -- 5 Business Ethics Overview and Current Trends -- Four (4) Ethical Contexts for Businesses -- References -- Part II: Storytelling and Indigenous Pedagogies for Business Ethics -- 6 A Coyote Story for Business Ethics Pedagogy -- Implications of Storytelling for Business Ethics Pedagogy -- Reference -- 7 But that's Not a Story! Antenarrative Dialectics Between and Beneath Indigenous Living Story and Western Narratives
How Living Story and Indigenous Story are Antenarrative Aspects of Storytelling -- References -- 8 So, What Does it Mean? Mysterious Practices of Indigenous Storytellers -- References -- Part III: Trade, Barter, and Ethical Business Relationships -- 9 Ethical Business Practices in Dardan Enterprises -- Ethics is What You Do -- Reference -- 10 Native American Values Applied to Leadership and Business Ethics Education -- Introduction -- Seven Grandfather Teachings -- Cherokee Nation under Chad "Corntassel" Smith -- Sa'ah Naagháí Bik'eh Hózhoon -- Implications for Business Ethics Education
Implications for Business -- Conclusion -- References -- 11 Early North American Trading Practice and Philosophy -- Differences in Values -- Summary -- References -- 12 Power Stories and Mutually Beneficial Negotiations: Fostering Ensemble Leadership -- Power and Equal Power Relationships -- Leadership and Heterarchical Organization -- References -- 13 Native American Entrepreneurship: Locating Your Business. -- Clusters and Competitive Advantage -- Clusters and Native American Entrepreneurship -- Tribal Gaming and Native American Entrepreneurship -- Performance and Business Location
What Would You Do? -- References -- Part IV: Business Ethics Education in Partnership with the Natural Environment -- 14 Remember to Remember: The Alameda Transit Station -- Reference -- 15 Critique of the Triple Bottom Line -- The SOS Dialectic of Two Spirits -- A Shift in Critical Pedagogy to a Critical Ecological Pedagogy -- Paradigm Shift to Dialectic Model of Sustainability -- Conclusions -- References -- Appendix A: A Brief History of NMSU Sustainability - see more complete history at http://davidboje.com/sustainability/history.htm
16 Songs of the Pika and Others at the Bighorn Medicine Wheel
In this book, leading native and non-native scholars present a fascinating view of American Indian tribal values and indigenous cultures. This 'Tribal Wisdom' offers an ethic of business practice that is relationship-based and community-oriented, fostering a harmonious web of life which includes the natural environment.
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