Category Archives: People risk management

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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MI on “Ideas to Reduce the Chance of Another Global Financial Crisis” at the House of Commons

Stuart Woollard was delighted to speak for the Maturity Institute as part of the Transparency Task Force’s Financial Stability team, which presented its White Paper at the House of Commons on 7 February. Stuart’s speech can be viewed here and … Continue reading

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Has Larry Fink just called time on profit maximisation?

Back in 1970, Milton Friedman helped to forge the current business paradigm by advising companies that profit maximisation and serving shareholders was what really mattered; and that by doing so, companies would be serving society too. After decades of myriad … Continue reading

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‘A corrupted financial system with a state aided, global cartel fostering mistrust, exhibiting obsolescence and damaging Total Stakeholder Value – all in plain sight’

Press Release: Maturity Institute releases preliminary report on Big 4 accounting firms London, 23 October 2017: ‘A corrupted financial system with a state aided, global cartel fostering mistrust, exhibiting obsolescence and damaging Total Stakeholder Value – all in plain sight.’ … Continue reading

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Press Release: The Maturity Institute calls for the redefinition of corporate purpose using Total Stakeholder Value

London, 5 October 2017: The Maturity Institute (MI) today invites recognition for redefining corporate purpose using MI’s Total Stakeholder Value (TSV) and OM30 Measurement of Organisational Effectiveness. Paul Kearns, MI Chair said: “Our invitation has been sent to a wide … Continue reading

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MI joins TTF team for UK Government paper and presentation

MI’s Stuart Woollard has joined the Transparency Task Force’s Financial Stability Team, which is going to produce a White Paper to be presented to politicians, senior civil servants, and regulators on 7th February at the House of Commons. The team’s White … Continue reading

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Company reporting: our response to the SEC petition on human capital management

The Maturity Institute recently responded to a petition submitted by the Human Capital Management Coalition, a collaboration of 25 pension funds representing over $2.8Trillion in pension assets. Meredith Miller, Chief Corporate Governance Officer for the UAW Retiree Medical Benefits Trust, … Continue reading

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10 Years after the Crash

MI is delighted to join the “10 Years after the Crash” network, coordinated by Promoting Economic Pluralism, which will be holding a wide range of events in September around the UK to reflect on the lessons from the Global Financial … Continue reading

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Press Release: The Maturity Institute and Organizational Maturity Services LLP announces public release of OMINDEX ratings methodology (OM30+©)

London, 24 February 2017: The Maturity Institute (MI), in conjunction with OMS LLP, releases today its OMINDEX (Organizational Maturity Ratings OM30+© template under a Shared IP Protocol. Paul Kearns, MI Chair said: “We have made an important decision to share … Continue reading

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Total Stakeholder Value – A Whole System Solution for Executive Pay

Executive pay is a broken system. Every day another headline appears in the business media with Boards not knowing which way to turn for the best. That’s why MI decided to set up its own CEO Remuneration Project last year; a … Continue reading

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