Category | CSR & Companies

Child Labour: A Tragedy

Child labour is a reality in Pakistan. Many organizations have estimated that there could be anywhere from 8 to 19 million child labourers in the country. The age of a child is defined from age five to age fourteen, of which there are 40 million in Pakistan, according to a survey last year by the […]

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Developing Entrepreneurs In Your Organization: The Trade Off

Entrepreneurship is a concept that has gained widespread currency today. Governments, NGOs, corporations; everybody is talking about entrepreneurship. Governments encourage civil servants to act independently and creatively and become entrepreneurs. NGOs and their donors, want their managements to adopt innovative and sustainable models to solve social problems, in other words paving way for social entrepreneurship. […]

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The Care And Growth Leadership Model And Empowerment

My prior research indicates that employees give or withheld their commitment to an organisation on the basis of universally held criteria. These criteria are based on the degree to which management is seen to have a genuine interest in employee wellbeing and are willing to empower or grow their subordinates. I refer to this model […]

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Future Scape: An Organization of One

The Contemporary Organization The emerging organization is breaking down the divides between owner, manager, and employee: all roles are assumed by one person or group. Generally it all starts with an idea around which a group of free agents or entrepreneurs gather. They are highly-skilled individuals who have a common interest and divide the task […]

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