Transcript
  • 00:18    |    
    About Dr. Ghazi Binzagr
    • The Hadhramaut origins of the trading House of Binzagr
    • Interest in human and community development
    • Educational background
  • 03:17    |    
    Saudi Arabia: mysterious and isolated?
    • Trading tribes
    • Religious pilgimage and cultural blending
  • 04:25    |    
    Cultural guidelines for visitors to Saudi Arabia
    • Unique historic conditions
    • Western view of development
    • Holistic view of trade transactions
    • Business meetings as full encounters
  • 09:37    |    
    Business ethics codes are not enough
    • Balance: the way of the wise
    • Alternative models of organizational development
    • Universal principles in Stephen R. Covey's work
    • Universal energy and its manifestations
    • Metaphor of the musical instruments
  • 18:08    |    
    Expressing trade "tunes" in words
  • 21:09    |    
    The tree as an ethical metaphor
    • Four root principles by way of Stephen R. Covey
    • Democracy vs. participation as universal principles
    • Dialogue: an example of processes as universal principles
  • 28:47    |    
    How are freedom and responsibility regarded by your society?
    • Creative civilizations balance freedom and responsibility well
    • The continuous struggle for balance enables communities of vitality
    • Freedom of the spirit: agency and destiny
  • 36:40    |    
    How do you see your role in the transformation of Saudi Arabia?
    • Effat University's work
    • Improving my work as a process enabler
    • Realizing my meaning and my calling
    • Enabling my spirit to coplay better with others


Transformation and Balance: A Conversation with Dr. Ghazi Binzagr

New Media  | 26 de diciembre de 2011  | Vistas: 18






Conferencista

Ghazi Binzagr is a fourth generation member of the Binzagr family…

IDEAS DE LA LIBERTAD

Nuestra misión es la enseñanza y difusión de los principios éticos, jurídicos y económicos de una sociedad de personas libres y responsables.

Universidad Francisco Marroquín