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What Does It Really Mean to Call ‘Society’ Your Stakeholder?
What Does It Really Mean to Call ‘Society’ Your Stakeholder?

3 years ago - For Sweden and its business leaders, an inclusive society and economy is both a matter of principle, and a source of resiliency and success over the long term. Of course, we’re not all Swedish — so how can others adopt the same mindset?

Walking the Talk: How Companies Are Delivering on the Promise of Social Impact
Walking the Talk: How Companies Are Delivering on the Promise of Social Impact

4 years ago - The metrics used by consumers, employees and investors to measure a company’s success are changing quickly, so the most forward-looking businesses are focused on implementing solutions that benefit people, society and the planet more-broadly — while bolstering their bottom line, too.

Redesigning the Purpose of Business for Humanity: Let’s Talk Know-How
Redesigning the Purpose of Business for Humanity: Let’s Talk Know-How

4 years ago - A few weeks ago, The Business Roundtable reached a major milestone on the path toward a broadly accepted redefinition of business purpose. What's next? We have some ideas.

3 Ways Your Company Can Answer the Business Roundtable’s Call to Support Communities
3 Ways Your Company Can Answer the Business Roundtable’s Call to Support Communities

4 years ago - Last month, 181 CEOs in the Business Roundtable (BRT) agreed to new principles for how corporations should act. But how can we develop policies, strategies and programs that really do “support the communities in which we work,” as the principles state?

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What the CEO ‘Purpose of Business’ Declaration Is — and What It Isn’t
What the CEO ‘Purpose of Business’ Declaration Is — and What It Isn’t

4 years ago - 181 CEOs have signed on to broader purpose — skepticism is warranted, but this is potentially a BFD. Now, let’s see if these companies deliver, and help them when they do — and challenge them when they don’t.