Confronting Systemic Crises: Motivating, Equipping, and Partnering with Business to Deliver Practical Solutions
The 21st century has witnessed a multitude of crises that have become systemic – economic, political, war and pandemic-related, and now looming famine. These crises pose escalating challenges for society and nature.
Business leaders at this critical inflection point have a duty and opportunity to transform operating models to drive meaningful solutions to the world’s most pressing systemic challenges. Compelled by a combination of regulatory, public, shareholder and market pressures, organizations may have no recourse but to deliver more responsible, purpose-driven outcomes.
Join us at the 7th annual Forum hosted by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School and the Economics of Mutuality Foundation on February 21st – 23rd to discuss how we can accelerate the urgent transition to the next, more complete form of capitalism. A diverse group of expert speakers will share their analysis and insight.
Addressing the Critical Topics
The Forum will focus on how purpose-driven companies can and must solve current crises and how they can anticipate, respond to, and diminish the risk of future crises.
The roles of business, government, and citizen sector organizations in achieving this through management innovations that drive mutual value creation, through investment, regulation, certification, rating systems, and more will be critically explored.
And we will discuss how the notion of corporate purpose – when delivered through strategy – results in beneficial outcomes for all stakeholders, including shareholders.