'Cultivating Change' is the third in a series of four conferences in the Beyond the False Dichotomy program.
The first conference in the series was "Ending the Shareholder v Stakeholder Nonsense and took place on March 15th 2021. A video presenting 40mins of highlights is available free of charge (YouTube). The full recording (over 4hrs) is available to purchase (£10)
The second conference in the series was "Shifting the Narrative" which took place on June 17th. Recordings will be available soon.
The first conference established that the shareholder v stakeholder debate is a false dichotomy, based on a nonsense narrative which needs to change. The second conference explored what the new narrative might be. This conference explores the change implications of that new narrative.
Barry Hedley, a strategy advisor, Harvard Business School MBA, former director of Boston Consulting Group, Deloitte Consulting and Braxton Consulting. Plus visiting professor at Judge Business School, Cambridge.
Martin Reeves, Chair of BCG's Henderson Institute and Senior Vice President of Boston Consulting Group. A participant in the two earlier conferences in this series.
Jean-Christophe de Swaan, author of 'Seeking Virtue in Finance: Contributing to Society in a Conflicted Industry', professor on Ethics in Finance and partner of an investment management firm.
Alex Edmans Professor of Finance at London Business School and author of 'Grow the Pie: How Great Companies Deliver Both Purpose and Profit', a Financial Times Business Book of the Year 2020
Elliot Schreiber a former member of the executive team and trusted advisor to the CEOs and boards at DuPont, Bayer and Nortel Networks. Recognised. Works at the nexus of organizational strategy, workplace values and culture, and stakeholder expectations of value
One other TBC
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