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Temperatism, Volume I by Carrie Foster

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CHAPTER 13

Conclusions

Fundamentally, the role of organizations in society is to contribute to social wealth distribution and develop a different agenda for the purpose of profits to increase equality and ensure basic goods become universal. Entrepreneurialism isn’t bad if it is aligned to responsibility and delivering an agenda of doing good. Supporting organizations to take their essential role in doing good in society means that their ability to innovate and create to deliver doing good and wealth creation is far more efficient than developing government departments to try and replicate what the market already has the ability to do, adapt, create, and innovate.

In essence, Temperatism adopts a model of cooperativism toward organizations and ...

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