Monthly Archives: February 2019

Creating a Total Stakeholder Value Economy – MI’s major ‘Value Nations’ project launched in Edinburgh

“Inspiring”, “A revolution”, ”Can I take this to China?” exclaimed some participants from our workshop for the University of Edinburgh’s MBA programme, also attended by a number of senior executives and academics. We had just demonstrated that the social legitimacy … Continue reading

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It’s time to end the snake oil and quackery by professionalising ‘organizational health’

It was during the 19th Century that the practice of human health became a modern, professional endeavour. For example, in 1858, the General Medical Council was established in the UK to set standards of practice and oversee professional, medical clinicians. … Continue reading

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Value Scotland – taking down walls

Only five days to go now until the official launch of ‘Value Scotland’ in Edinburgh on 13th February. This is just the first part of the Maturity Institute’s ‘Value Nations’ Project. This has nothing to do with ‘nationalism’ and everything … Continue reading

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