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    Wise Up: Creating Organizational Wisdom Through an Ethic of Kaitiakitanga. [REVIEW]Chellie Spiller, Edwina Pio, Lijijana Erakovic & Manuka Henare - 2011 - Journal of Business Ethics 104 (2):223-235.
    Organizations are searching for innovative business approaches that deliver profits and create shared value for all stakeholders. We show what can be learned from the relational wisdom approach of Indigenous Māori and reframe the prevailing economic argument that has seen companies profit and prosper at the expense of communities and ecologies. We develop an ethic of kaitiakitanga model premised on Māori values which holds the potential to enrich and further humanize our understanding of business. The Māori economy is a globally (...)
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    Relational Well-Being and Wealth: Māori Businesses and an Ethic of Care.Chellie Spiller, Ljiljana Erakovic, Manuka Henare & Edwina Pio - 2011 - Journal of Business Ethics 98 (1):153-169.
    Care is at the heart of the Maori values system, which calls for humans to be kaitiaki, caretakers of the maun y the life-force, in each other and in nature. The relational Five Well-beings approach, based on four case studies of Maori businesses, demonstrates how business can create spiritual, cultural, social, environmental and economic well-being. A Well-beings approach entails praxis, which brings values and practice together with the purpose of consciously creating well-being and, in so doing, creates multi-dimensional wealth. Underlying (...)
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    Evolution, Shamans, and Adaptation: What Is/Could Be the Role of Academics in System Change? A Workshop.Malcolm McIntosh, Sandra Waddock, R. Edward Freeman, Chellie Spiller & Edwina Pio - 2014 - Proceedings of the International Association for Business and Society 25:8-13.
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