Fair Value by Jozef Opdeweegh

Reflections on good business and business for good, by Jozef Opdeweegh.

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Fair Value

a manifesto for leadership

With the courage to confront, and learn from contemporary issues, Jozef Opdeweegh draws on thinkers past and present to show how our principles shape the value we create.

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Jozef Opdweegh, author and business man
Jozef Opdeweegh, CEO and Author of Fair Value Book

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Published by Koehler Books

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Praise for Fair Value

“A must-read”

“Fair Value is a must-read — for business leaders who desire to improve corporate culture — in order to more fully engage all stakeholders in maximizing value for all.  Mr. Opdeweegh’s writings are a rare and honest look into the thinking and values of one of the preeminent global business leaders of our time.”

Mark J. Gendregske, Principal, St. Charles Holdings


“Rarely do you see such a close coupling of an author’s reflections and how they live their lives – this is Jos! Reflective, philosophical, questioning, translating to practical implementation and refreshingly focused on all aspects of society as beneficiaries of vision and leadership.”

Gary Kennedy, Board Chairmain, Greencore Group PLC


In a series of thoughtful and thought-provoking essays, Jos encourages us to reflect on important themes around values, community, and leadership. This is a timely, stimulating and readable book which makes a valuable contribution to the contemporary debate about the role of business in society.”

Sam Gilpin, Leadership Consultant and Executive Coach

Fair Value by Jozef Opdeweegh
Fair Value By Jozef Opdeweegh Book Illustrations

Written by Jozef Opdeweegh, Art by JB Hopkins

The primary concepts of the book are the navigation of decision-making and the joining of two paths – value creation and the values upon which leaders make decisions. As such, the illustrations – developed by professional artist and cartoonist, JB Hopkins – capture the idea of a crossroads or journey to a destination.