Tag Archives: Mondragon

Measuring Success In Other Ways

When I was an undergraduate at the University of San Diego, a theology professor used an analogy to explain God’s existence which has stayed with me for the past ten years.  Since then, I have used the analogy to explain … Continue reading

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Drink Cooperatively

I am currently in Basque Country (in Spain) learning about the Mondragon Corporation. One fun experience so far is how Basque people practice cooperativism even in their socializing–a pub crawl. Each person puts in 5 euros to an appointed money … Continue reading

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Democracy in Business?

I’ll be going to Spain in July to visit the Mondragon Cooperative Corporation (MCC) and learn about how they run their business.  MCC is the largest Basque business group with 92,000 employees and has, for the most part, been able … Continue reading

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