Leading scholar provides insight into Confucian Entrepreneurship

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Internationally recognised and leading Confucian scholar, CKGSB Honorary Professor of Humanities Tu Weiming discusses how the virtues of a Confucian entrepreneur can benefit not only shareholders, but serve and influence society at large. (Click on image above to view article and watch video)

WISDOM OF THE WEEK

Confucius said of the ruler:
The junzi (morally noble person or persons) do not mind being in office; all they mind is whether they have qualities that entitle them to office. They do not mind failing to acquire recognition; they are too busy doing the things that entitle them to recognition.

(The Analects 1.16 and 13.13, adapted from Forbes  and Chicago Now)

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2 thoughts on “Leading scholar provides insight into Confucian Entrepreneurship

    Frank said:
    June 2, 2015 at 9:16 am

    It’s not something easy to lead a business to success, but the entrepreneur needs a number of qualities that would help him manage things and take the organization the right way. A new study has investigated the necessary qualities required to meet success. If interested you can read the full study here: http://www.ibimapublishing.com/journals/CIBIMA/2015/100244/100244.html

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      confucianweeklybulletin responded:
      June 4, 2015 at 3:56 am

      Hi Frank,

      You make an excellent point! Thank you for sharing the study. I especially found this line from the study to be true – “The entrepreneur’s personality characterized by strong motivation gives to an organization a powerful entrepreneurial dimension.”

      Thank you again for sharing!
      Mandy
      Content Writer
      Confucian Weekly Bulletin

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