This new book explains how, in the 21st century, self-help enterprise (SHEs) need to be run so that they achieve their purpose and meet the real needs of their members. It specifies the model of enterprise required, sets-out the systems and the culture needed to ensure that they are fully capable of achieving their purpose. The book doesn’t advocate doctrinaire approaches, instead, supplies the essential concepts and tools needed to transform how SHEs are organized and managed. The intention is to help leaders think-through the issues involved so that they can make better decisions.
Without the essential method of organization and the systems required, it’s highly unlikely that even the most enthusiastic leaders will make a success of their enterprises. The model of enterprise set out in the book takes account of centuries of international know-how, identifying the ‘foundation practices’ that sustain this form of enterprise, which is designed to ensure self-help enterprises focus on achieving their real purpose and consistently operate in the best interest of their members. The book also explains why individuals, communities, and nations need SHEs if they are to thrive in today’s world, and specifies what policy-makers, community-developers and academics can do to help grow and sustain them.
Currently available in 3 versions
DOWNLOADABLE UK ENGLISH KINDLE VERSION
An ebook that can be read on PCs, tablets and mobiles (cell phones)
PAPERBACK PRINT UK ENGLISH VERSION
Available from Amazon.com and other booksellers
Within in the UK from Amazon.co.uk
To get the UK English printed version for delivery within the UK price £20 'click' below.
Please note: To order the print version from Amazon outside of the UK go to the relevant Amazon website according to your location and search in the ‘books’ category for ‘Edgar Parnell’ or Enterprises that Change Lives.
The book is available from Amazon’s websites including:
The book is available for licensing or syndication in languages other than English. For further information, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Updated: January 2019 © Edgar Parnell 2019