In collaboration with Baker McKenzie
The COVID-19 pandemic plus the underlying trends of worsening inequality and climate crisis have forced business leaders to question how they operate: who they serve and how they create value for these constituents. Leaders are increasingly recognizing that for a business to succeed over the long term, it must provide profitable solutions that positively affect all stakeholders. This fundamental approach to decision-making in the boardroom – connecting value creation and stakeholder outcomes – lies at the heart of stakeholder capitalism.
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