A New Era of Stakeholder Activism: Why We Are Disoriented and What to Do About It – Part 3

By Keith Darcy and Morgan Hamel Conclusion The expectations of stakeholders of business have grown substantially over the past several decades and will continue to expand as the awareness and consciousness of society members continue to be raised through advanced media and information delivery systems. Perceiving social responsibility, however, as building shared value rather thanContinue reading “A New Era of Stakeholder Activism: Why We Are Disoriented and What to Do About It – Part 3”

I Believe

Growing up in the Bronx in the 1950s I was still in my single digits. Television was in its infancy. Our first t.v. had a three inch screen, and later we graduated to a thirteen inch set, both black and white. One of my favorite shows in those early days was Peter Pan starring MaryContinue reading “I Believe”

A Defining Moment: Dealing With Disruption

For most of my career, my routine was predictable. I awakened early, well before dawn. After showering and getting dressed, I’d pour a cup of coffee into my travel mug, get into my car, and begin the 50 mile drive to my office in lower Manhattan. Upon arrival I would check my in-box, and reviewContinue reading “A Defining Moment: Dealing With Disruption”