Deep Purpose of High Performance Companies — Dr. Ranjay Gulati
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You can be a do-gooder or a money-maker — but not both. That’s usually the way it goes in business …  But author and Harvard Business School professor Dr. Ranjay Gulati says that it’s not so black and white. Dr. Gulati joins host Charles Mizrahi to discuss his book, Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies, the desire for meaningful work, and whether doing good is good for business.

Topics Discussed:

  • An Introduction to Ranjay Gulati (00:00:00)
  • Crisis of Meaning (00:02:03)
  • Voice, Choice, and Purpose (00:6:14)
  • Doing Good vs. Doing Well (00:16:35)
  • Sustaining Profits (00:29:26)
  • Quantifiable Good (00:38:22)
  • More Than Yoga Babble (00:42:45)
  • Purpose Decay (00:50:51)
  • Do-Good Upcharge (00:54:12)
  • Deep Purpose Index (00:58:01)

Guest Bio:

Ranjay Gulati, Ph.D, is a Harvard Business School professor and a top-10 most-cited scholar in economics and business. His work is featured in Harvard Business Review, The Wall Street Journal, Forbes, and The Financial Times. Gulati studies strategy, organizational design, and leadership within resilient organizations. And he’s the author of several bestselling books on business and management.

Resources Mentioned:

· Deep Purpose: The Heart and Soul of High-Performance Companies


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