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Justice-Based Leadership, Governance & Management

Transforming the Corporation Under the expanded capital ownership paradigm espoused by CESJ, the business corporation (whether a small local business or a giant multinational) can become a vehicle for building a more free and just marketplace. CESJ places a very high focus on helping corporate managers to see that...

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What is Justice-Based Management(SM)?

Justice-Based ManagementSM (JBMSM) is a leadership philosophy and management system that applies universal principles of economic and social justice within business organizations. The ultimate purpose of JBMSM is to create and sustain ownership cultures that enhance the dignity and development of every member of the company, and to economically...

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Organized for the Common Good Through Justice-Based Management

by William L. Nicholson, President, Western Building Products, Inc. © 2002 Western Building Products, Inc. [Originally titled “Organized for the Common Good Through Value-Based Management.”] In 1983, Western Building Products, Inc. embarked on a journey on the path of economic and social justice with the implementation of an Employee...

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Justice-Based Management: A System for Building an Ownership Culture

Excerpted from a paper presented at the ESOP Association 21st Annual Conference – May 20-22, 1998 – Washington, D.C., [Originally entitled, “Value-Based Management: A System for Building an Ownership Culture.”]   Work in most companies today follows the “scientific management” philosophy of Frederick Winslow Taylor. Writing in 1911, Taylor proposed that...

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Justice-Based Management: A Framework for Equity and Efficiency in the Workplace

by Dawn K. Brohawn In collaboration with Stephen F. Hardiman, Norman G. Kurland and Thomas J. Simon [Originally titled, “Value-Based Management: A Framework for Equity and Efficiency in the Workplace.”] As the world prepares to enter a new millennium, change has become the rule of the day. From the...

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Justice-Based Leadership & Management

Justice-Based Leadership & Management

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Project Economic Justice: A Beachhead for Regional Infrastructural Reform

(Excerpted from a paper prepared by Norman G. Kurland at the request of the Chief Economist for International Economic Affairs, National Security Council, April 19, 1983.) PART I The Ideological Framework for Expanded Capital Ownership In the past, most of America’s responses against Marxist aggressions have been defensive, our...

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Beyond ESOP: Steps Toward Tax Justice

by Norman G. Kurland © 1977 by Tax Executives Institute, Inc. Reprinted with permission from The Tax Executive, (April, July 1977) 187-199, 386-402, with author’s 1993 revisions. “Our tax system is a national disgrace.” (President Jimmy Carter, during his 1976 Presidential Campaign) “The Congress in a series of laws has made...

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The Just Third Way: A New Vision for Providing Hope, Justice and Economic Empowerment

by Norman G. Kurland, Michael D. Greaney and Dawn K. Brohawn (Presented at the press conference on “The Third Way: Is It For Real?”, held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C., September 10, 1998 and at a Regional Symposium on Globalization sponsored by the Caribbean Development Bank and the Caribbean Congress of...

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The Just Third Way: Basic Principles of Economic and Social Justice

by Norman G. Kurland, President, Center for Economic and Social Justice Presented at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Center for the Study of Islam and Democracy (CSID) Wyndham Washington Hotel, Washington, D.C., May 28-29, 2004   Are there limits to freedom? Are there limits to democracy? Are there...

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