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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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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 Global Standard for Good Governance and Healthy Organizational Culture

Good corporate governance Good corporate governance is an open acknowledgement that the organization has a responsibility to humanity: that any organization is just one part of a global system and has to play its part accordingly. It is recognising that … Continue reading

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