Can a company pay a "poverty wage" and still be considered a sustainability leader?
Michael Townsend, shares his thoughts on the business case for sustainability and how we might overcome what he refers to as "corporate schizophrenia".
Capitalism is suffering a crisis of liquidity, reliability, and confidence – a quiet revolution is already taking place.
There has been an awakening since 2008; a veil has been lifted as to the limitations and flaws that are embeded in Capitalism.
The current system measures the wrong things - it leads us towards sickness, inequality and environmental degradation.
Capitalism is suffering a crisis of liquidity, reliability, and confidence – and is naturally undergoing a wise degree of introspection - "A Journey in Search of Capitalism 2.0".
Waiting any longer is not an option - boards must be bold in embracing the case for sustainability.
A new era of collaboration demands new leadership skills.