New generations expect more from the companies they work for, buy from, invest in, and permit to operate in their communities. In response, businesses are broadening their value creation for a range of stakeholders and for their own competitive differentiation. This shift in business purpose requires innovation—in products, processes, policies—that can enhance the long-term success of both business and society.
Develop new thinking that helps leaders become expert in creating long-term value for the stakeholders who matter to the success of their organizations.
Supporting relevant academic research into how businesses manage and engage stakeholders
Developing a robust set of case studies to be used in business classes around the world
Infusing principles and practices of stakeholder innovation and management into education for students, executives, and entrepreneurs
Convening faculty, students, and leaders from all sectors to advance how business leaders can improve practice and increase the long-term value of their enterprises
All intellectual capital developed by the program is made freely available.