Archive for October, 2003

A site is born…The Mutualist Manifesto

We come to a crossroads forced upon me by the (self-imposed) need to do something useful with all my books on mutualism....

October 20, 2003

We come to a crossroads forced upon me by the (self-imposed) need to do something useful with all my books on mutualism.

I want this ‘steal this brand’ site to focus on the radical and the personal, becoming less and less accessible and conformist…as if it ever was.

It will be dedicated to my self-indulgent rantings as a citizen and a demanding stakeholder in the world. It may occasionally conflict with my entries as a businessperson here:

GLASSHOUSE

A much larger, constructive and structured side of my personality will migrate here…for a while.

“The Mutualist Manifesto”

Here I will be exploring the ideas behind mutualism with John Moore, trying to concoct a set of guidelines for constructive stakeholder engagement in an age of mutualism…and collaboratively writing our book in real time, as a learning exercise with our stakeholders…call it an experiment in mutualism!

PS. Just a few book references there at present as I wade through my library.

Everything in Moderation

Had a browsing day today. Been here, there and virtually everywhere. Best discovery was a 'Moderat...

Making CSR pay…Values to Value…Stakeholder Marketing

Our friends at CSRDatanetworks are organising a great CSR conference for next February...which I bel...

A Mutualist Manifesto?

Modern society, with its relations of production, of exchange, and of property - a society that has ...

Open letter; Closed minds.

Mr Blair; Mr Duncan Smith, I'm confused. Last week the Labour party conference promised me 'a fai...

Anti-Spam. Don’t just sit there, do something…

Peter at Purple Cow.wants you so sue spammers. Personally I'd rather you found a way to destroy the...

Why oh why…

"People don't like change". So I was informed this evening, when suggesting that new business model...