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There still is a long way to go to achieve the scale required to allow all people to use business as a force for good.
Below, the co-founders of B Lab explain the shift in business from focusing on the bottom line to having a positive impact on society. McNulty Prize winners. Capitalism is the most powerful man-made force on the planet.
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It has played a central role in improving the quality of life for billions of people by constantly evolving through a delicate balancing act with government and civil society. During the late 20th century, that relationship fell out of balance.
Capitalism is failing to live up to its unique promise. That operating system functions too often at the expense of the interests of society and even the long-term interests of stockholders. Fortunately, we are in the early stages of a great re-balancing. Business has become a source of identity, purpose, and power.
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We are beginning to see an evolution in capitalism, from a 20th century view that the purpose of business is to maximize value for shareholders to a shared view that the purpose of business is to maximize value for society. Significantly, this transition is being driven, not by government regulation, institutional blame, or partisanship, but by market-based activism and personal responsibility.
This reflects a major culture shift. Business — what we create, where we work, where we shop, what we download, who we invest in — has become a source of identity, purpose, and power. The most innovative entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, both in the US and abroad, want to start and fund businesses with a transformational purpose. In emerging markets around the world, thousands of businesses are working to lift billions of people out of poverty.
Management accountability , Corporate governance , Governance , Globalization.
The globally integrated enterprise and its role in global governance. Governance , Globalization , Multinational companies , Business enterprise , Services. Global collaborative governance: Corporate governance , Corporate social responsibility , Partnership , Globalization.
The changing role of governments and the emergence of the relational state. Corporate governance , Partnership , Government , Globalization. CSR legislation in France and the European regulatory paradox: Corporate social responsibility , Environmental regulations , Economic sustainability , France.
Partnered governance: Governance , Corporate social responsibility , Globalization , Regulation. Business and climate change: Global warming , Organizations , Multinational companies , Governance.
Corporate responsibility, governance and accountability: Corporate social responsibility , Corporate governance , Society , Multinational companies , Environmental regulation , Regulation.
Natural law, human rights and corporate reputational capital in global governance. Human rights , Governance , Law.
Assessing corporate responsibility as a contribution to global governance: Organizations , Corporate social responsibility , Globalization , Assessment. Natural resources , Economic development , Mining , Poverty , Sustainable development. Business engagement in public programs: Partnership , Pharmaceutical products , Public health.
Healthcare in developing countries and the role of business: Human rights , Developing countries , Public health , Medicines , Corporate social responsibility , Corporate governance. Managing legitimacy issues in global supply chains: Globalization , Footwear industry , Supply chain management , Legal process.
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Unintended consequences of CSR: Governance , Corporate social responsibility , Supply chain management , Partnership , Vietnam , Globalization. Strategic planning and millennium development goals in Brazilian companies.
Economic sustainability , Corporate social responsibility , Strategic planning , Brazil.The most innovative entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, both in the US and abroad, want to start and fund businesses with a transformational purpose. McNulty Prize winners.
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