The Partnership

INDEX

"The Partnership" is written in conversational style to make it more readable - the scholarship is there but you will often have to use this index to find it.

Arbitrators - use of partners as 10.2
Accounting - making intelligible to partners 13.6
Additional partners - incentives to admit 14.13-14, Rule 2.4(d)
Adjusting to being an employee 2.22-23
Adopting people 2.14
Advantages of partnership Ch 3, 5.38
Advertising Policy 4.22-24, 6.4
Assets - Bank 14.78
Assets - Cannery 12.31, 14.28
Assets - Chapel & Sunday School 1.4, 17.1
Assets - Farm 5.4, 12.20
Assets - Kindergarten Ch 16, 1.4
Assets - Manufacturing Complex 1.3
Assets - Pool 16.6
Assets - Retirement Retreat Ch 15
Assets - Store Ch 4, 12.25
Autonomy - policy of maintaining 14.28, 14.78
Bankruptcy Rule 25
Biggest investment a partner has 3.5
Capital - Account 13.5
Capital - Reserves held small 14.29
Capital - and parts Rule 18.1-2
Capital - Contributions Rules 18.3, 20
Cash Trading Policy 12.22, Rule 58
Charge on parts Rule 23.1
Christian - Stand 14.49-52
Christian - Work Ch 3, 9.5
Christian - Worship at The Partnership 2.4
Citizen - responsibility of 14.26
Competitive hostile society outside 2.14, 5.18
Computer Party 11.18-20
Confidentiality 14.78, Rule 69
Contracts - necessity for 14.83
Co-operation - need for Ch 18
Creativity - releasing 2.21, 12.13
Crisis - ability in 8.7
Commodity production - mass of people earn living by 10.2
Dealings of partners with The Partnership 14.21, Rule 10
Decentralisation 12.28-33
Decisions religious & political undifferentiated 14.8-9, Rule 2.1
Defence against Advertising & High Priced Money 12.24-27
Demand - determine & design for 2.15, 4.2-7
Demand - partners are the base demand 4.10
Development of an individual 2.30, 5.46, 17.28-30
Direct Sales Policy 3.17, 6.2
Dismissing - Partners 14.20, Rules 6, 7, 8, 16, 17
Dismissing - Directors Rule 47
Drawings Fig 1, 14.71-76, Rule 2
Education - consumer spending 4.2
Education - co-operative 2.9
Education - compared to State education 4.18-20
Entry of poor and unskilled 2.14
Emergency accommodation 2.8
Employee - policy against having 2.20, 5.45, 14.62-63, Rule 2
Employee - mentality 10.2
Employer/employee relationship - unstable 10.2
Equality Fig 1, 14.22-25, Rule 13
Exploiting - policy against 14.11-12, 25, Rule 58
Finished Products - production policy 3.17
Fundamental Law of Human Relationships 2.39
Gambling - Oil Well Lottery 2.26-28
Goals - hierarchy of 17.36-38
Goals - pressure groups used to achieve 10.4
Goals - all treated in the same way 2.30
Godís Will for You 17.4-6, 17.12
Government Aid 2.40, 12.13
Happiness - a state of developing 17.30
Hard times 12.17-20
Healing 2.8-11, 15.7
Hiring - partnerís 20% entitlement Rule 67
Hostile environment outside 2.23
Incoming Capital Requirement Figure 1, Rule 2.4(d), (f)
Industrial Justice 5.47, 12.34
Inheritance - no right of 14.37, Rule 23.2
Insurance - policy on 17.26
Income according to capacity to pay 14.85
Leadership Swing 5.41
Long Life Design Policy 6.9
Life Costing 6.2, 13.7-30
Life-style - partnersí v. outsidersí 10.8, 12.27
Maintenance 6.9 3.7-12
Manufacturing - bias toward 3.4-6, 10.2, Rule 5(c)&(d)
Manufacturing - major problems of 6.9
Manufacturing - under licence 6.5
Materials in Perspective 4.2, 15.9-12
Merging of partners, relatives & adherents 14.39
Minimum Hours Rule Rules 5(e), 6(a)
Miracle of Multiplication 2.10-11
Missionaries 2.5, 9.6
Motives - of founders 2.24-25
Motives - of men in power in society 17.39-44
Motives - of partners 3.2-6, 3.16, 6.11-13, 13.2
Mutual Availability 14.42-45
Net Capital Worth Fig 1, 13.5, Rule 2.4(d)
New Product Development 3.3, 6.3, Ch 18
Non-Christian partners? 2.2-4, 2.37, 5.23, 5.31-34, 5.40, 14.35
Non-Productive Risk-Taking 12.1-3
Nuclear War 11.2-13
Objectives of The Partnership Rule 5
Oil Well Lottery 2.26-28
Ownership Attitudes 5.11
Ownership Objective Rule 5(d)
Pacifist Stand 11.5-12, 14.52
Partnership Agreement 5.40
Partnership in Society 12.39
Partnership Products & Services
      Bank 14.78
      Bomb Shelters 11.6, 11.8-11
      Fresh Food 11.6, 11.8
      Medical Equipment 11.6, 11.8
      Modular Refillable Container 4.7, 11.8
      Peg 3.9-13, 5.47, 11.8, 14.59
      Petrol-Electric Cars 7.2-6, 17.11
      Property 14.82, 15.2-15.3
      Radiators 13.21-22
      Washing Machines 6.1-2
Partnersí Priorities - Largest Investment 7.6
Partners' Priorities - People before Materials 15.8-12
Petrol-Electric Car Ch 7, 17.11
Prayer - mechanism of 17.7-12
Policy of making only finished products 5.42-43
Pooled Risks & Rewards 5.15
Poor - Entry to Partnership 2.14, 32, 33, 14.29-30, 15.6, Rule 2.4(f)
Potential - attainment of 2.16, 17.28-30
Price Justification 4.21
Priorities in Perspective 15.8-9
Product Development 3.3, 3.9, 6.3, 6.18
Preventive Medicine 8.3-4
Productive Risk-Taking 12.12-14
Production for Use and ease of maintenance 2.15, 4.10
Production of Finished Products for End Users 3.17, Rule 5(d)
Proxy Voting Outlawed 14.53
Public Enterpriseí Costing & Pricing Principles 4.7-14
Quality Control - public not used for 6.5, 6.14-15
Rehabilitation 2.8-11, 5.26, 17.27-30
Relationships - closeness of 3.14-15
Rent - no land rent in selling price 2.17-19
Retirement 2.34-35, Ch 15, Rule 2.4(d)
Rochdale Pioneers 14.65, 14.80, 18.8
Rules - origin of 14.64-65
Rules - reasons for 14.35, 47, 83
Sales Policy: Direct To End User 3.17, 5.43, Rule 5(d)
Sales Structure 4.22-24
Secret Ballot 14.48-49, Rule 35.1
Security Rule 68
Sharing Rewards, Losses and Control 5.15
Sinews of Success 6.3
Slot Machines - removal of from society 12.11
"Something for Nothing" Principle 2.27, 5.45, 14.22
State - policy of non-disclosure to 14.28, 14.78
Stewardship - responsible spending 2.2, 6, 7, 15, 23, 3.13
Store Ch 4, 12.25
Strikes: motives for don't exist in genuine partnership 14.85
Sub-Contracting - argument against 2.20
Subsidies 4.11
Surplus - distribution of Fig 1, Rules 2.4(a)(b)(c), 64
Surplus - importance of to achieve goals 17.16, 36-37
Surplus - use of 2.13, 15
Survival Mechanisms Fig 1, 14.15-17, Rule 2.4(e)
Technological Advance - welcomed by partners 2.20
Technological Advance - Pty. Ltd. v. Co-operative 5.12
Technological Advance - motives for installing 5.19-20
Technology at the stage of diminishing returns 6.7
Ten % Rule Rule 65
Time Clocks 17.34
Time Sharing 14.45
Unemployment 2.14, 18.1
Vehicle to transport people to higher plane 2.16
Vision of what people could be 2.16, 17.13
Voting 14.48-53, Rules 34, 35
Wider Christian & Co-operative Work 12.36, Rule 65
Workers Motives 13.2, 3.2-6
War - basic cause of 11.2-5
Work - payment for quality and quantity 14.71-76, Rule 2.4(c)
Work - policy of bringing inside 14.11-12, 77-78, Rule 2.4(c)
Work - wider meaning of 2.4-5, 14.39,75
Work - commuting to 1.6
Schematics
How to Develop a New Product 6.18
The War Cycle 11.3
Non-Productive Risk-Taking System 12.2
Calculating "The Odds" 12.4
Productive Risk-Taking System 12.13
How The Partnership Fits into Society 12.39
God's Path for Your Life 17.5
The Mechanism of Prayer 17.8
Conditions for the Development of an Individual 17.29
The Hierarchy of Goals 17.37
The "Cake" Concept for Equitable Participation
of People in Partnership
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