A must read for anyone who wishes to learn more about this new model for business practices
In the 1990's a new economic model aimed at addressing the social needs of the global society was launched. This model is called the Economy of Communion. Currently there is a worldwide network of some 800 firms that together constitute a vibrant business community based upon the values of sharing, caring, and justice.
Structures of Grace relates in clear, easy to read language, the experiences of more than a dozen U.S and Canadian companies who have incorporated the principals of the Economy of Communion. The authors, university professors with specialties in strategic management, business ethics, faith and work, and entrepreneurship, researched these companies to determine how they relate to their customers, suppliers, and employees.