In the first decades of the twenty-first century, the theory and practice of corporate citizenship and responsibility adapted significantly. The pieces in this volume capture the essence of these changes, with illuminating reflections by their preeminent authors on success, failure, learning and progress. Featuring contributions from John Ruggie, Peter Senge, R. Edward Freeman, Jan Aart Scholte and Georg Kell, it charts the rise of corporate citizenship, sustainability and corporate social responsibility.
"Business Organizations: A Transactional Perspective teaches business organizations from a transactional practice perspective rather than a litigation-based one. By using this book, students will gain a solid foundation in the law of business organizations. Additionally, students will enhance their understanding of the business contexts in which the law operates, and they will gain an appreciation of the practice issues confronted by transactional lawyers when advising business organizations. The book incorporates both narrative text to explain core concepts of law and practice and actual statutory provisions, thus eliminating the need for a statutory supplement. Specific topics include forming, operating and terminating partnerships, corporations and limited liability companies. Additionally, the book presents basic accounting and tax issues any transactional lawyer should know. Serving as both instructional textbook and preparation for the bar exam, Business Organizations: A Transactional Perspective can be used not only in law school courses, but in any graduate or undergraduate legal course on business organizations and associations, corporations, partnerships and limited liability companies. Donald Scotten is an adjunct assistant professor of law at the University of Southern California s Gould School of Law. He teaches courses on business organizations, mergers and acquisitions, and the United States legal system. Before joining USC, Professor Scotten held the position of first vice-president and senior counsel for Countrywide Home Loans, Inc., and was a senior associate at Howrey LLP. He earned his J.D., Order of the Coif, at the College of William and Mary Law School and is currently pursuing an executive LL.M in taxation. ""
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In The Search for a Relational Home, Chris Jaenicke gives the reader an inside view of what actually happens in psychotherapy and how change occurs. He describes how both participants - the patient and the therapist - feel, and how they affect each other. The reader is encouraged to vicariously partake in the process from the perspective of his or her own life experiences.
The book describes the nature of therapeutic action through a radicalized version of intersubjective systems theory. It demonstrates how psychotherapy is an outcome of a highly personal encounter between two unique human beings, and how, while the goal of psychoanalysis is to help the patient, this can only be achieved inasmuch as both participants are willing to undergo transformation. Jaenicke clarifies how both successes and failures as well as personal strengths and weaknesses play a constitutive part in the psychotherapeutic process. The Search for a Relational Home also provides theoretical and practical guidelines for supervision.
Jaenicke presents here a unique approach to the process of psychotherapy which will be vital reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists and those in training as well as students in all fields of mental health.
How do you decide the best course of action for your company to take advantage of new opportunities? You must develop a business case to explore multiple alternatives before making a recommendation to support a particular option. This book shows you how to use a business case to define an opportunity, identify and analyze alternatives, and present your final recommendation to key stakeholders. You'll learn to
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