The CEO and the Monk: One Company's Journey to Profit and Purpose
Chapter One: The Corporate Funeral.
Chapter Two: Brooklyn Union, the Fertile Hen.
Chapter Three: Enlightened Self-Interest.
Chapter Four: The LILCO Deal.
Chapter Five: High Noon.
Chapter Six: The Aftermath.
Chapter Seven: The New Millennium.
Chapter Eight: September 11th.
Chapter Nine: Preserving the Corporate Goodness.
Epilogue: The CEO; The Monk.
KENNY MOORE is a former monk who left the religious life for a successful career in human resources. He is currently Corporate Ombudsman at KeySpan.
GLENN RIFKIN is a veteran business journalist who has written extensively for the New York Times and coauthored many groundbreaking business books, including the Wiley title Radical Marketing, The CEO Chronicles, and The Ultimate Entrepreneur.
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