Tag Archives: corporate responsibility

The Workplace Podcast – the Mature Organisation episode

Stuart Woollard joins The Workplace Podcast host William Corless to discuss the Mature Organisation and how all companies can utilise Organisational Maturity as a model for responsible capitalism. https://podcasts.apple.com/ie/podcast/episode-33-the-mature-organisation-with-stuart-woolard/id1540431146?i=1000523889896 The episode explains what Total Stakeholder Value means and how it … Continue reading

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The Case for Radical Reform of the Banking Sector

MI’s Stuart Woollard was delighted to present at a recent Transparency Task Force symposium. Stuart explained the Maturity Institute’s OMINDEX® diagnostic ESG standard and showed ratings and analysis evidencing the capability of the major global banks to serve society and generate … Continue reading

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Is Covid-19 waking the world up to the necessity of a ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ system?

Richard Walker, MD of Iceland Foods, was fast out of the blocks on Covid-19: understanding that the most vulnerable of his company’s customer base needed help and being quick to provide it. By setting aside specific time for elderly and … Continue reading

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Human Governance: the ‘why’, the ‘what’, the ‘how’ & the ‘who’

The Why? The Maturity Institute (MI) was formed for a number of very sound reasons. One is recognition, shared with many other impartial observers, that there is something rotten in the state of capitalism.  That does not mean capitalism is … Continue reading

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