Leadership or Fascism – the Fictional Story of Organization

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Stories are important for the survival of our species as they help us find meaning in life and help us find a way to organize for shared objectives. Harari in his book “21 Lessons for the 21st Century” explains how stories have given us an advantage over other species in building up intersubjective virtual realities. These intersubjective realities can help us unite in harsh times by giving us hope, courage, willingness to sacrifice, and pleasure. Stories can be of different types; they can be religious, or in political forms or as we see more in the twenty-first century, business forms…....

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Hamed Qadim Hamed is a graduate of B.Sc. in engineering from Petroleum University of Technology and Master of Business Administration in Project Management from Asia Pacific International College and has more than fifteen years of experience in the oil and gas industry. He has been active in the domain of entrepreneurship during the last 7 years. His interest in studying philosophy and human sciences, besides his working experience, has shaped his focus area on philosophical aspects of entrepreneurship. He is now studying and practicing to determine a framework for Spiritual Entrepreneurship.