Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Happiness, Harvard Business Review, and the Church

Thom Rainer:

A recent issue (January/February 2012) of Harvard Business Review caught my attention. The cover featured a smiley face and several articles under the larger title of “The Value of Happiness.” Indeed, I was intrigued why a premier secular business periodical was devoting most of the issue to happiness. It did not take me long to discover that their thesis was that happy employees in businesses were productive employees.
He comments later in his post:
I was struck by the theme of the various articles in this issue of Harvard Business Review. Most of what the authors describe as being conducive to happiness is what the church should be doing every day.
It's an interesting read.

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