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|Material Type:||Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Book, Internet Resource|
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|Notes:||American Jewish University Libraries notes:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Received from Jewish Community Library of Los Angeles.
|Description:||xxiv, 264 pages ; 24 cm|
|Contents:||Lesson 1. Spirituality of Money --
Lesson 2. Work as a Holy Act --
Lesson 3. Treating Workers Well Pays Dividends --
Lesson 4. Giving and Getting a Fair Day's Work --
Lesson 5. Bonding of Corporate Profits and Ethics --
Lesson 6. Balancing the Environment and Profits --
Lesson 7. Rules of Partnerships, Deals, and Debt --
Lesson 8. Competition Is for True Competitors Only --
Lesson 9. Education Is a Lifelong Process --
Lesson 10. Charity Means More Than Just Giving --
Ultimate Business Secret of the Rabbis: Reputation --
Note on Translation and Commentators --
Short History of the Talmud --
Unlocking the Talmud's Structure --
Who's Who of Talmudic Rabbis.
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"Values, Prosperity, and the Talmud is a concise guide to this proven philosophy of business. Beyond basic money-related matters, it includes the Talmud's advice on complex issues of employer/employee relationships, partnerships, competition, and much more. Here, you will learn how to run a successful business, negotiate with style, earn the loyalty of your employees, sell products successfully, advertise effectively, and make higher profits, all within an ethical and moral framework." "Larry Kahaner highlights the Talmud's most important contribution to modern businesspeople: a time-tested, value-based system that happily blends our business, personal, and spiritual lives. In Values, Prosperity, and the Talmud, he shows how profit and prosperity can go hand in hand with honesty, kindness, and community service."--Jacket.
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