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092    658.4|bJOL 
100 1  Joly, Hubert,|eauthor. 
245 14 The heart of business :|bleadership principles for the 
       next era of capitalism /|cHubert Joly with Caroline 
       Lambert. 
264  1 Boston, Massachusetts :|bHarvard Business Review Press,
       |c[2021] 
300    xi, 266 pages :|billustrations ;|c25 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references (pages 237-246) and 
       index. 
505 00 |tPart one. The meaning of work: Adam's curse --|tWhy we 
       work --|tThe problem with perfection --|tPart two. The 
       purposeful human organization: The tyranny of shareholder 
       value --|tThe business of building cathedrals --|tPutting 
       a noble purpose to work --|tHow to turn around a business 
       without everyone hating you --|tPart three. Unleashing 
       human magic: Moving past carrots and sticks --|tFirst 
       ingredient: connecting dreams --|tSecond ingredient: 
       developing human connections --|tThird ingredient: 
       fostering autonomy --|tFourth ingredient: achieving 
       mastery --|tFifth ingredient: putting the wind at your 
       back --|tPart four. The case for purposeful leadership: 
       How we lead matters --|tThe purposeful leader --
       |tConclusion: A call for action. 
520    "A remarkable turnaround by a leader with a remarkable 
       philosophy: Find your noble purpose. Put people at the 
       center. Unleash human magic. "It was Fall in Minnesota. It
       was getting cold and we were supposed to die." This is how
       Hubert Joly describes the early, dark days as CEO of Best 
       Buy, a job most thought he was crazy to accept. Amazon was
       tearing a disruptive path through retail, but in the face 
       of that existential threat Joly did something remarkable: 
       he saved Best Buy and remade it into a thriving company 
       rated as one of the most desirable businesses to work for.
       Having recently stepped down as Chairman and CEO, Joly is 
       ready to share the leadership principles that underpinned 
       the resurgence of Best Buy and that he believes are at the
       heart of business: pursue a noble purpose, put people at 
       the center, unleash human magic, and treat profit as an 
       outcome. There was a time when many would call this a soft
       philosophy. But times are changing. Best Buy and 180 other
       companies signed the momentous Business Roundtable 
       statement in support of stakeholder capitalism. The Covid-
       19 pandemic further pushed many businesses to lead from a 
       place of purpose and with humanity. The changes underway 
       are not a revolt, but a revolution. And Joly provides 
       concrete advice on how to implement principles that can 
       serve as beacons for the next era of capitalism. Joly 
       himself was transformed from a hard-charging, deeply 
       analytical McKinsey consultant to a leader who believes in
       what he calls human magic. He will share how so much of 
       what he initially learned about management is either dated,
       incomplete, or simply wrong-including how to turn around a
       business, develop and implement a strategy, mobilize an 
       organization, and what it takes to be a great leader. The 
       leadership principles Joly lays out worked at Best Buy. 
       They can also contribute to the necessary re-foundation of
       business and capitalism around purpose and humanity"--
       |cProvided by publisher. 
610 20 Best Buy (Firm) 
650  0 Business ethics. 
650  0 Industrial management. 
650  0 Psychology, Industrial. 
650  0 Leadership. 
650  0 Success in business. 
700 1  Lambert, Caroline. 
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