At the Page Spring Seminar, Judy Samuelson, founder & executive director of the Aspen Institute's Business & Society Program, challenged business to change its operating models, systems, processes and incentives to align business decisions with the long-term health of society. She also expressed her disdain for the word “stakeholder.”
Page President Roger Bolton responded in a Page Turner blog, endorsing her challenge, but defending the Page approach to stakeholder capitalism. On Thursday, April 28 at 10 a.m. ET, Judy and Roger will continue their discussion in a Page Conversation.
You’re invited to join in what should be a lively discussion of how we can make our enterprises authentically committed to doing the right thing. Please plan to bring examples of how you’re working with your business leadership to make their commitments real.
Page Conversations are virtual events that give Page and Page Up members a forum to discuss critical topics that are impacting their enterprises and the role of the CCO. Each Page Conversation will feature a portion with experts, followed by a discussion among members conducted under Chatham House Rules. If you have any questions, please contact JT Conway.
WHEN April 28, 2022