Humanizing Corporations: David Sloan Wilson in interview with Per L. Saxegaard
Monday, 16 July 2018 22:41
A Prize for Enlightened Business Leaders – A conversation about the Oslo Business for Peace Award with Per L. Saxegaard
Work can be so much more than money. It might represent a higher meaning, give identity, community, a sense of belonging. I believe these values add to another curve, going the other way, a positive shaped curve (see illustration). This curve is reflecting the effect on your wellbeing of making a difference to other people.
How does the businessworthy concept differ from corporate social responsibility? What’s wrong with classic economic theory? And what is the result of merging the aim for profit with higher purpose? Learn all this and more in this Evonomics interview with Business for Peace founder and chairman Per L. Saxegaard.
2018 Summit speaker David Sloan Wilson, Distinguished Professor of Biological Sciences and Anthropology at Binghamton University, joined him for the conversation.
Read the article at Evonomics.