In response to Board Agenda’s interview with Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild on inclusive capitalism, Paul Kearns of the Maturity Institute continues the debate with the idea that “inclusive” really should mean inclusive.
True, “God did not create the corporation,” according to Lady Lynn Forester de Rothschild, chairman of the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism, in Gavin Hinks’ excellent interview for Board Agenda.
But, in the greatest management story ever told—“The Puritan Gift – Reclaiming the American Dream Amidst Global Financial Chaos”—Ken and Will Hopper (engineer and investment banker) founded their thesis for a renewed and more enlightened capitalism. This is founded in the original purpose of the Puritan migrants to America in 1630, who wanted to create a “kingdom of heaven on earth”. What better goal could anyone wish for?
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Queen's Speech lays out legislative agenda for Theresa May, but ignores corporate governance despite the issue being at the heart of the prime minister's social justice agenda when she first came to power.