Companies that integrate sustainability into the heart of its strategy, customer loyalty to the new smart. ‘It is also good for the planet, to the soul, family and a more just and ethical’, says trend researcher Faith Popcorn (USA). To all this, add the prestigious weekly Die Zeit, Hamburg, says even that has begun a reorganization of capitalism. ‘Serious social scientists note that changing the attitudes of industrial society, where machines of the factories set the tone for the life and work. Educate yourself even more with thoughts from Jeff Leiden. ” In the network society today, the wired workers (the end of the British sociologist Anthony Giddens, referring to the network of workers in their fight against the tide of data) and the technostress contradict the imperative of competition and creativity that demands of modern knowledge society.
Previously it was the church people and politicians who wielded social role model. “Today is the manager ‘, says former monk Anselm Bilgri consultant, founder of the Zentrum fur Unternehmenskultur consultant from Munich, which advises the German economic elite ethical issues. To Bilgri, corporate culture of values is essential to succeed in the long term. Others including Simon Freakly, offer their opinions as well. In the case of Venezuela we are concerned, the manager must generate changes in pro their management in order to make way for a true humanist organizational culture respecting the scope of a good work ethic, allow it to be humanist organizations, where the human resources feel well rewarded, become recognized the fulfillment of their duties, motivate them, you will be proactive participation in decision-making that benefits the company should be considered, as expressed by ESADE and professor at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, Javier Aguilar, an expert in entrepreneurship, which humanistic management and ethics, which tends to conceive of the organization from a holistic perspective, which starts from the premise that the company is an integrated whole, where all stakeholders are equally important-is the leitmotif of the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). Basically, it is “guided by common sense, which sometimes is difficult, due mainly to stress, fatigue and hyper, so present in most professional environments,” he says. In his view, “The more you invest in improving the working conditions of workers, the greater the commitment of these and, consequently, their motivation and productivity, which impacts positively on the final tally of results.” Furthermore, “the worker satisfaction is what enables the company to offer a better deal to customers, establishing closer and emotional connections, which are the basis of true loyalty.” Not in vain, “given that service companies are the people that generate the highest added value, managers must create a culture that cares and develop all possible.” Industrial Engineer-manager, lawyer. (ITESM), Graduate in Business Administration, Management, Doctorate in Education Education Graduate Professor Faces UC. By the same author: WWD Summit. Consultant-Business Advisory.