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The philosophy of business considers the fundamental principles that underlie the formation and operation of a business enterprise; the nature and purpose of a business, and the moral obligations that pertain to it. See also. Business ethics; Theory of the firm; References.
Drucker, P. () The Practice of Management, HarperBusiness, Reissue editionISBN A business philosophy is a maxim that is used by a business as a principle, value or mission statement.
This viewed as an element of a firm's identity and used to guide future strategy, decision making and problem solving. The following are common types of business philosophy with examples.
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