Yearly Archives: 2018

Economia publishes MI’s meaning of capitalism.

Economia, the magazine for the ICAEW (Chartered accountants in England and Wales) commissioned the views of the Maturity Institute for this feature in its December 2018 edition. The Maturity Institute’s view was one of 13 submissions published. The full version … Continue reading

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Why all economists have to go back to square one

“If we cannot define what we mean by value, we cannot be sure to produce it, nor to share it fairly, nor to sustain economic growth. The understanding of value, then, is critical to all other conversations we need to … Continue reading

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MI’s first textbook: The Mature Corporation – a Model of Responsible Capitalism

Paul Kearns and Stuart Woollard’s new book: “The Mature Corporation – a Model of Responsible Capitalism” (Cambridge Scholars) is now available. You can keep up to date on news, events and reviews of the book at https://www.thematurecorporation.com  Orders can now be made online (20% … Continue reading

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Whole System Management & Total Stakeholder Value – a new leadership paradigm

“…concepts such as ‘balanced scorecards’, ‘triple bottom lines’ and ‘corporate social responsibility’ all recognise some of the symptoms of the malaise – but they are not a cure. They reflect the serious disquiet, expressed in many quarters, that the very essence … Continue reading

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Can we have a word about value?

Do Inuit people spend their long, Arctic winter evenings discussing the finer distinctions to be made between 50 different varieties of snow? Do Greek lovers care very much about the accuracy of the word they choose to whisper into each … Continue reading

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MI’s Stanislav Tichý develops Organizational Health Check Report

MI Member, Stanislav (Standa) Tichý, runs the Develor (Czech) learning and development consultancy in Prague. He contacted the Maturity Institute in 2014 to learn more about maturity and how it might inform his work and benefit his clients.  Since then … Continue reading

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MI webcast for the Chartered Banker Institute

“Professionalism and long-term value: helping banks to build mature cultures” Wednesday 29th August 2018 (1300 GMT+1) MI Council members Stuart Woollard and Paul Kearns will be presenting another in MI’s growing series of webinars for professional bodies who are interested … Continue reading

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To: Mark Weinberger, CEO, EY – The answer to all of your questions is maturity

Dear Mark, You don’t know me but you do know of the Maturity Institute because we met your emissary at a meeting held by the Coalition for Inclusive Capitalism. She informed us that you wanted to know more about us. … Continue reading

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Aligning the interests of Business & Society – A Proposed Research Programme

“ There is growing interest in the notion of corporations adopting societal value as both their purpose and business objective. Years of work by KBA and the Maturity Institute, using the construct of Total Stakeholder Value and the EP Bow … Continue reading

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Maturity Institute (MI) and KBA Consulting Group announce a revolution in the quantification of company “intangibles” to align business and societal value

Press Release: for immediate distribution Using three research case studies, including Unilever and Barclays, MI and KBA today announce a revolutionary breakthrough in the measurement of company intangibles – factors including corporate governance, company culture and the management of human … Continue reading

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