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The following article “After Capitalism – then what?” by Dennis Pratt is the first in what we hope will be stimulating and sometimes ground-breaking articles about all things to do with organisations – leaders, managers, employees and all the other stakeholders involved (when you read Dennis’ article you’ll have a better feel for who they might be).
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- Firstly, commenting on articles such as Dennis’. The article will probably have different impact on different readers – love it, hate it, agree with it, disagree with it – in whatever way it impacts you, please let us know. This way we can have some vigorous debates about the issues raised (I know Dennis is really looking forward to your various thoughts on this first article).
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I’m looking forward to hearing what you have to say about “After Capitalism – then what?” It’s something I too have been thinking about over the last decade. In that time I’ve definitely noticed a shift to the “me” society with a greater emphasis on transactions (What can I get out of this?) and a lessening of emphasis on relationships (What’s in it for all of us?”). Has Dennis got the answers?
I’m really pleased Dennis has provided “After Capitalism – then what?” for our Thought Leader’s Forum as I’m sure it will be a great start to some robust debate.
Read on, enjoy and be challenged!
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