Search Results for: MBA

Cambridge Judge Business School and MI embark on ground-breaking joint research project

The Maturity Institute (MI) is excited to announce a joint research partnership with the University of Cambridge Judge Business School (CJBS). Our ultimate purpose is to maximise the Total Stakeholder Value (TSV) of all organisations. We measure TSV using our … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on Cambridge Judge Business School and MI embark on ground-breaking joint research project

Re-designing the MBA for mature, whole system management

MBA education providers have been under increasing pressure since the crash of 2008 to demonstrate how their curricula are responding to the changing expectations of capitalism. An FT piece today entitled ‘MBAs need to stay relevant with life-long learning‘ adds … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on Re-designing the MBA for mature, whole system management

MBAs are obsolete

At what point does something become obsolete? The photograph on the left, of a trader using an abacus in Hong Kong, was taken as recently as 2013. So if the abacus is still in use today, how could it be … Continue reading

Posted in Evidence-based management, Human Governance, Integrated reporting, Maturity Tales, Organizational maturity rating, Whole system thinking | Comments Off on MBAs are obsolete

Business school education – behind the ESG curve?

The Financial Times has been grappling with questions of corporate responsibility for some time now and the advent of ESG investing has forced it to produce its own version of what “Responsible Business Education” should look like. Here are a … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Tagged , | Comments Off on Business school education – behind the ESG curve?

MI Exec Ed: OMINDEX® Standard for ESG Management

The Maturity Institute is very pleased to announce our new Exec Ed. ‘MBA’ curriculum for taking managers to the next level of maturity and professionalism that is a necessary qualification for the fulfilment of an ever-expanding range of ESG (environmental, … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on MI Exec Ed: OMINDEX® Standard for ESG Management

Are you a ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ leader for a post Coronavirus world?

“…. the great test all countries will soon face is whether current feelings of common purpose will shape society after the crisis.” “Virus lays bare the frailty of the social contract – Radical reforms are required to forge a society that … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on Are you a ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ leader for a post Coronavirus world?

If business schools can no longer teach ‘Friedman’ and profit maximisation – who, and what, should they teach?

Part 6 in our continuing series on the implications of ‘BRT’– see parts 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Critical observers have been monitoring the seismic tremors underneath business education for many years. Now, the high salaries for MBA alumni are even more questionable, since … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on If business schools can no longer teach ‘Friedman’ and profit maximisation – who, and what, should they teach?

US Roundtable’s statement: the full implications of ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ as corporate purpose.

“It’s almost astonishing… (BRT are) in effect coming right out and saying, ‘We’ve been wrong for the last 20 years…some folks in the BRT are recognizing there’s something unsustainable about an economy that’s all about shareholder primacy.  … it’s probably … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on US Roundtable’s statement: the full implications of ‘Total Stakeholder Value’ as corporate purpose.

Financial Times – “Business must act on a new corporate purpose”. The alternative can only be Total Stakeholder Value

This is Part 1 in our BRT Series – see parts  2, 3, 4, 5, 6 Monday 19th August 2019 – mark it in your diary. It will forever be remembered as the day the world finally grew up, for the betterment of … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on Financial Times – “Business must act on a new corporate purpose”. The alternative can only be Total Stakeholder Value

‘Responsible investing: shaping the world we want to live in’.

A seminal discourse from Saker Nusseibeh, CEO, Hermes Investment Management The relationship between business and society is the focus of a recent interview (June 2019) between Saker Nusseibeh, CEO of Hermes Investment Management and Ioannis Ioannou of London Business School. … Continue reading

Posted in Maturity Tales | Comments Off on ‘Responsible investing: shaping the world we want to live in’.