Don't Stop thinking about tomorrow:
"What first made me doubt the classic economic definition of a company was when I observed the truly successful companies. Companies such as IBM, Siemens, and Toyota don't define themselves as a bundle of assets that produce goods and services to be sold at the highest price for the lowest cost.
They define themselves as a community of people; therefore, the company is people and not just a set of assets, abilities and skills or hands and minds. These companies basically consist of individuals who share values that are in harmony with the values of the community."