Business for the Common Good 8

imgresHenry Ford, well known for his embracing the use of the assembly line, a quintessential example of division of labor, once asked, “Why is it that I always get the whole person, when all I want is just a pair of hands?” says Kenman Wong and Scott Rae in Business for the Common Good.  To Henry Ford, people were instruments for production.

To a Christian leader, people are “not [to be]used but developed and coached to reach their potential and fulfill their callings, while at the same time doing what is required of them.”

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