Most corporations have been concentrating on a single mission: Maximizing profits for shareholders. They compete to be the most successful companies using profits and market share as the measurement.
Is it possible that one day all companies will compete not only to be the best in the world but the best for the world? Is it possible that corporations strive to be a force for good in society, and the shareholders still get a good return?
Some suggest that governments, social service and charitable organizations lack the capabilities and resources to solve the world problems. Businesses must take on the social and environmental problems. How do we achieve that? What are our roles as business owners, investors, employees, consumers, community members and/or civil servants?
We look forward to have a meaningful discussion with you in our next meeting. Welcome to join us!
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