A New Vision of Corporate Purpose

A reimagined capitalism requires a new kind of corporate leader—and a willingness to balance private incentives with public good. Today, a growing number of public company CEOs are going off the “shareholder value” script to communicate a new vision of why they exist and who them aim to serve. What can we learn from the purpose-driven CEO? What role will he or she play in reshaping capitalism?

Festival: 2016

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