Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
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Corporation 20/20 - Designing for Social Purpose
Corporation 20/20 acts as: A forum of leading thinkers, practitioners, and activists. Creating the vision and charting the  course for the Future Corporation.

Goals

The goal of Corporation 20/20 is to create a forum of leading thinkers, practitioners and advocates; construct positive and plausible visions of the future corporate form, and translate such visions into broad-based advocacy.

Toward those ends, the initiative aims to create international benchmarks to inspire and guide governments, multilateral organizations, civil, society and corporations themselves toward transformative change in corporate design. The initiative is rooted in the premise that societal expectations of business in the 21st century demand a major elevation in corporate contributions to urgent global problems—economic, environmental, and social. In the face of both the peril and promise of globalization, it is no longer enough to ask, “What is the business case for social responsibility?” The question, instead, must be: “How do we design corporations such that their core purpose is to harness the resources of private interests in service to the public interest?”

Key RESOURCES
Corporations in a Great Transition

SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS

October 31 - November 1, 2013 Roundtable event Summary of Proceedings

PREPARATORY PAPERS

Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ.

THE FUTURE CORPORATION

Corporation 20/20 director Allen White interviewed by Pavan Sukhdev regarding the Future Corporation.

Redesigning Finance: Pathway To A Resilient Future

Redesigning Finance

August 9, 2012 San Francisco workshop reading materials

2nd Summit Resources

SECOND SUMMIT PAPER SERIES

A collection of 8 papers exploring key components of corporate design
 

SECOND SUMMIT SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS


1st Summit Resources

FIRST SUMMIT VIDEO

A one hour video summary of the Summit on the Future of the Corporation.

FIRST SUMMIT PAPER SERIES

A collection of 10 papers exploring key components of corporate design
 

FIRST SUMMIT SUMMARY OF PROCEEDINGS