Gimme 5: Books on conscious business

Who Cares Wins by David Jones
The Responsibility Revolution
Jeffrey Hollender
Promoting the idea that business can move beyond “less bad” and embrace an ethos to be “all good”. The book presents ideas to inspire leaders to create socially and environmentally responsible companies.
£18.99 (Jossey-Bass)
Conscious Capitalism
John Mackey & Raj Sisoda
An argument from the founder of Whole Foods that business and capitalism are inherently good, using tales from entrepreneurial companies to illustrate and offer lessons to business leaders.
£11.99 (Harvard Business Review)
Who Cares Wins
David Jones
How social media has transformed business. A useful guide for business leaders to help navigate a world in which there are no longer secrets, and only the good will survive.
£14.99 (Financial Times Series)
Strategy for Sustainability
Adam Werbach
This book outlines the importance of putting sustainability at the core of business strategy, responding to a new common interest in companies that do well by doing good.
£19.99 (Harvard Business Press)
The Responsible Company
Yvon Chouinard & Vincent Stanley
Pioneers behind the conscious consumption movement draw on 40 years’ experience at Patagonia and other businesses to articulate the elements of responsible business for our time.
£15.99 (Patagonia Books)

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