Methods, policies, procedures, techniques, audit programs, checklists, articles and tools about Enterprise Governance, Risk, Compliance, Strategic, Operational, Finance, IT and other internal corporate controls and how all of these improve the enterprise governance, strategic and operational aspects of private and public-sector organizations in all business functions of the modern organizations and enterprises.
This book 'Ancient Greek Pearls of Wisdom for the 21st Century' is
about guiding and supporting you to improve your personal, professional and
business life in our current 21st century society.
This is achieved by:
1. Presenting a set of Ancient Greek Pearls of Wisdom in each area of life
(wealth, governance, friendship, etc.) and proposing a solution in responding
to basic questions in each such area (e.g. 'Why should I believe in the Supreme
Being? and What do I need religion for in my business activities?)
2. Summarizing the impact of several noted ancient Greek thinkers to the world
and the relevance of their contributions today.
3. Offering you, an Improvement Approach (The Pandora Way) based on Ancient
Greek Wisdom (for each area: governance, wealth, association with others,
self-management, education and family, etc.) including: over 60 'tips', more
than 40 'golden rules' and numerous (over 20) 'recommendations' that you may
consider and use to manage yourself, your family and your business more
effectively and potentially make your life better.
The ancient Greek wisdom pearls relate to:
(a) The maxims, quotations and sayings (over 600) of the Oracle of Delphi, the
Seven Sages and other well-known ancient Greek thinkers: Aristotle, Plato,
Socrates, Pythagoras, Heraclitus, Epicurus, etc.
(b) Four hymns, the Hippocratic Oath, 9 fables of Aesop, several short stories
(over 17) and the works and thoughts of noted ancient Greek philosophers, poets
and intellectuals, such as: Aristotle, Plato, Socrates, Heraclitus, Epicurus,
(c) The real-life examples and stories
of the every-day life and activities of ancient Greeks.
The book contains:
A foreword, a preface, ten chapters (one for each area of living, such as:
governance, wealth, etc.), three appendices, and a bibliography.
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have the time to review it.
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