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The Chrysalis Economy. How Citizen CEOs and Corporations Can Fuse Values and Value Creation. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 2240915
  • Book
  • July 2001
  • 308 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Based on first-hand experience, The Chrysalis Economy explores some extraordinary cases of corporate meta-morphosis as we begin the long haul from today¹s Caterpillar Economy to tomorrow¹s Butterfly and Honeybee Economies. John Elkington looks over the shoulders of business leaders and boards as they build the values-based platforms essential for sustainable value creation. He also looks at the corporate cultures which will be needed and the steps required to achieve them.
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Acknowledgements.

Foreword.

Executive Summary.

CHRYSALI$.

Introduction: Inside the Chrysalis Economy.

Beyond the Limits: Planet, People and Politics.

Extreme Economics: The Real New Economy.

METAMORPHOSI$.

Value versus Values: Penetrating the Values and Value Barriers.

Inside the Cocoon: Are You Working for a CorporateCaterpillar, Locust, Butterfly or Honeybee?

The Citizen CEO: Leaders Aiming for the Triple Win.

STAGE$.

Invasion.

Internalization.

Inclusion.

Integration.

Incubation.

MIGRATION$.

Future Memories: Scenarios and Their Uses.

Kaleidoscope: A Dipstick Survey of SD Thought-Leaders.

Afterword: Can Civilizations be 'Built to Last'?

SOURCE$.

Notes.

Index.
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John Elkington SustainAbility.
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