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Managerial lessons from Bible to have a righteous business

In our society, the worldview that we should have our own self-interest fulfilled before we considered other people, environment or even God is very widespread. Even among people that claim and insist that they follow certain rigid ethical rules, upon … Continue reading

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List of most common unjust laws in our society

Woe to those who make unjust laws, to those who issue oppressive decrees, to deprive the poor of their rights and withhold justice from the oppressed of my people, making widows their prey and robbing the fatherless. Isaiah 10: 1-2 I have … Continue reading

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The cancer of perfectionism in corporate culture

Warning: The language of this post will probably offend some people, especially those people in office who have subordinates and take this culture as taken for granted. From my experience in interacting with my former classmates during college and my … Continue reading

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Debunking fascism of intellectual property – Part 3 (Social argument)

So we have come to last part of series about intellectual property. In my previous two posts, I have talked about IP considered from moral perspective. From moral perspective, I considered charging fee for distribution of property you have bought as … Continue reading

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Debunking fascism of intellectual property – Part 2 (Economical argument)

In my previous post, I have explained about how ethically intellectual property is something not right. It imposes restriction for your customers how to use his already bought products and charges even more fee (royalty) for distribution as if he … Continue reading

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