The Changing Nature of the Firm

New types of firms and companies are downplaying short-term results in favor of longer-term horizons. Some top minds in business and academia look at new ways to organize the organization. Lynn Stout, Michael C. Jensen, Robert Monks and Barry C. Lynn discuss with Judith F. Samuelson

Festival: 2007

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