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The Elements of Responsible Business May 16 2012
By Nora Gallagher - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
The Responsible Company is like the Elements of Style, that basic guide to writing that has served so many writers and readers. In beautifully written, clean prose, it boils down the basics of responsibility to employees, customers and the planet. There is another way to do business besides the quick profit and the scorched earth policy of so many corporations. There is another way to do business and survive as a business. Even make a profit.
I recommend this book especially to people who do not read business books, whose inclination might be toward literary essays or novels. It's a great read and you will know so much more about the realities of the business world, and the often agonizing decisions Patagonia had to make to get to where it is now: a company trying to earn the
right to call itself responsible.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Inspiring May 14 2012
By Marblehead - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Truly inspiring. A must read for those starting out in business as well as those who are already established. This book shows there is a way to run a business, make a profit, and still sleep well at night knowing you are doing the right thing for the earth.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
A Beautiful Read, in a business book! May 25 2012
By Seapc - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
A book about business (and the environment) that is enjoyable to read! It is beautifully written, optimistic, and entertaining. I couldn't put it down and was truly inspired and empowered.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Read this book! Aug. 12 2012
By Josephine Ireland - Published on Amazon.com
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The Responsible Company is surprisingly hard to put down and the antidote to all the discouraging news about corporate America. Simple in concept, it describes clearly and succinctly why we need to revamp our collective business practice before the planet's resources run out, then provides practical checklists for how to go about it. The authors draw on their own experiences at Patagonia, describing some of the moments that "stunned them into consciousness", and also bring news of other companies who have come to the table--DuPont, Nike, and Wal-Mart among them--and some of the surprising and heartening coalitions they've formed. The writing is excellent, the voice that of someone you'd be happy to find yourself seated next to at an interesting dinner party. Despite the credibility of Patagonia--I always think of them as a company that tries to "walk the walk"--the tone is one of humility; there's an inherent conflict between making and selling products that consume resources and create waste and acting responsibly, and Chouinard and Stanley acknowledge it and are candid about how far Patagonia or anyone else is from achieving real sustainability. Still, it's a hopeful book, one I wish everyone would read.
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The future July 2 2012
By Cristian Guajardo Garcia - Published on Amazon.com
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This is a very beautiful book. Its honest, trutfull and compelling.

Patagonia is teaching us how to run a business and be profitable while staying truth to our core values and commitment to save the world.
Similar to what Atul Gawande did with his The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right Patagonia gives us actual steps to move onward leading a green change in both, our companies and personal lives.

This is how a company should be lead.
The book inspires and its an eye opener.

Its an absolutely must.


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