We need a commitment to honestly talk about the challenges technology now poses.
R. Edward Freeman and Seth Lashley
Corporate activism is often framed as “take a stand or be silent.” But other alternatives exist.
N. Craig Smith and Daniel Korschun
Any corporate purpose, however laudatory or noble that mission may be, must be accompanied by strong governance.
David Kiron and Gregory Unruh
A company’s support of the U.N.’s SDGs is not necessarily a proxy for doing good.
Robert G. Eccles and Lila Karbassi
BlackRock’s CEO Larry Fink tells the corporate community to “contribute to society” or risk losing his company’s support.
The 2030 Sustainable Development Goals challenge companies to do well while doing good.
Costanza Consolandi and Robert G. Eccles
Shareholders are just one group of stakeholders who matter. Suppliers and employees do, too.
R. Edward Freeman and Heather Elms
New factory audit processes make it possible to evaluate supplier performance in more depth.
Companies should be more forthcoming about long-term value-creation strategies when communicating with investors.