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Book Release – Change for Good

#bethechange 

Carrie Foster, writer of More Than Just a Number and contributor to research paper “Rethinking Talent Management” for the Cambridge Scholars Publishing release Innovative Business Practices: Prevailing a Turbulent Era, has written a new People Centred Ideology focusing on various subjects, that will help businesses Change for Good.

Temperatism is a new ideology, invented by Carrie, that is a political manifesto; economic treaty and social call to arms.

Change for Good Cover

Change for Good asks the childlike, innocent question “What if Organizations pursued something other than an economic agenda?” As an Organizational Development Consultant, Carrie finds these type of questions most effective when facilitating, for driving innovation and creativity. For jumping people out of their normal linear thinking and getting them to take a look at things from a different angle. Opening up their mind to new ideas, ridiculous notions, that might, just might be the answer to the solution we were looking for all along.

As Carrie says in her Author’s Note: This book isn’t intended to have all the answers, but to present a number of arguments based on the idea that the capitalist profit agenda is not benefiting society or democracy and doesn’t have to be the only agenda that organizations and society have to follow. What follows is a proposition of an alternative agenda of Doing Good and the introduction of a new ideological framework – Temperatism.

“If at first the idea is not absurd, then there is no hope for it.” Albert Einstein 

This book is to #bethechange for business and organizations, and for students in Business; Philosophy; Politics; and Sociology, to think about how organizations are currently being run and to develop a ‘Doing Good’ agenda for the Future.

The books is currently available as an ebook from Amazon and will be available from Amazon, Kobo and Smashwords from 3rd June 2013 in print.

For more information please contact Twin Wicks Publishing ceri@twinwickspublishing.com or Contact Us