Capitalism at the Crossroads



Capitalism At The Crossroads Is Built On Strong Theoretical Underpinnings And Illustrated With Many Practical Examples The Author Offers A Pioneering Roadmap To Responsible Macroeconomics And Corporate Growth Clayton Christensen, Professor Of Business Administration, Harvard Business School And Author Of The Innovator S Dilemma I Hope This Book Will Be Able To Influence The Thought Processes Of Corporations And Motivate Them To Adapt To Forthcoming Business Realities For The Sake Of Their Own Long Term Existence Besides Business Leaders, This Is A Thought Provoking Book For The Readers Who Are Looking For Solutions To Capitalism S Problems Muhammad Yunus, Founder And Managing Director, Grameen Bank, Bangladesh And 2007 Nobel Peace Prize Recipient Capitalism At The Crossroads Is A Practical Manifesto For Business In The Twenty First Century Professor Stuart L Hart Provides A Succinct Framework For Managers To Harmonize Concerns For The Planet With Wealth Creation And Unambiguously Demonstrates The Connection Between The Two This Book Represents A Turning Point In The Debate About The Emerging Role And Responsibility Of Business In Society C.K Prahalad, Ross School Of Business, University Of Michigan, Co Author Of Competing For The Future And Author Of The Fortune At The Bottom Of The Pyramid Stuart Hart Was There At The Beginning Years Ago When The Term Sustainability Had Not Yet Reached The Business Schools, Stuart Hart Stood As A Beacon Glowing In The Umbrage It Is Clear Commerce Is The Engine Of Change, Design The First Signal Of Human Intention, And Global Capitalism Is At The Crossroads Stuart Hart Is There Again This Time Lighting Up The Intersection William McDonough, University Of Virginia, Co Author Of Cradle To Cradle Professor Hart Is On The Leading Edge Of Making Sustainability An Understandable And Useful Framework For Building Business Value This Book Brings Together Much Of His Insights Developed Over The Past Decade Through Case Studies And Practical Advice, He Argues Powerfully That Unlimited Opportunities For Profitable Business Growth Will Flow To Those Companies That Bring Innovative Technology And Solutions To Bear On Some Of The World S Most Intractable Social And Environmental Problems Chad Holliday, Chairman And CEO, DuPont Capitalism At The Crossroads Clearly Reveals The Essence Of What Sustainability Means To Today S Business World Hart S Analysis That Businesses Must Increasingly Adopt A Business Framework Based On Building Sustainable Value Speaks To The Entire Sustainability Movement S Relevance Sustainability Is Than Today S Competitive Edge It Is Tomorrow S Model For Success Don Pether, President And CEO, Dofasco Inc Stuart Hart Has Written A Book Full Of Big Insights Painted With Bold Strokes He May Make You Mad He Will Certainly Make You Think Jonathan Lash, President, The World Resources Institute A Must Read For Every CEO And Every MBA John Elkington, Chairman, SustainAbility This Book Provides Us With A Vast Array Of Innovative And Practical Ideas To Accelerate The Transformation To Global Sustainability And The Role Businesses And Corporations Will Have To Play Therein Stuart Hart Manages To Contribute In An Essential Way To The Growing Intellectual Capital That Addresses This Topic But, Beyond That, The Book Will Also Prove To Be A Pioneer In The Literature On Corporate Strategy By Adding This New Dimension To The Current Thinking Jan Oosterveld, Professor, IESE Business School, Barcelona, Spain Member, Group Management Committee Ret , Royal Philips Electronics Capitalism At The Crossroads Captures A Disturbing And Descriptive Picture Of The Global Condition Dr Hart Constructs A Compelling New Corporate Business Model That Simultaneously Merges The Metric Of Profitability Along With Societal Value And Environmental Integrity He Challenges The Corporate Sector To Take The Lead And To Invoke This Change So That The Benefits Of Capitalism Can Be Shared With The Entire Human Community Worldwide Mac Bridger, CEO Of Tandus Group Stuart L Hart Makes A Very Important Contribution To The Understanding Of How Enterprise Can Help Save The World S Environment Crucial Reading Hernando De Soto, President Of The Institute For Liberty And Democracy And Author Of The Mystery Of Capital Stuart Hart S Insights Into The Business Sense Of Sustainability Come Through Compellingly In Capitalism At The Crossroads Any Businessperson Interested In The Long View Will Find Resonance With His Wise Reasoning Ray Anderson, Founder And Chairman, Interface, Inc This Stimulating Book Documents The Central Role That Business Will Play In Humanity S Efforts To Develop A Sustainable Global Economy Professor Hart Presents An Attractive Vision Of Opportunity For Those Corporations That Develop The New Technologies, New Business Models, And New Mental Frames That Are Essential To A Sustainable Future Jeffrey Lehman, Former President Of Cornell University The People Of The World Are In Desperate Need Of New Ideas If Global Industrial Development Is Ever To Result In Something Other Than The Rich Getting Richer And The Poor Getting Poorer, With Nature And Potentially All Of Us Suffering The Collateral Damage Few Have Contributed To Meeting This Need Over The Past Decade Than Stuart Hart By Helping To Illuminate The Potential Role For Business And New Thinking In Business Strategy In The Journey Ahead Capitalism At The Crossroads Challenges, Provokes, And No Doubt Will Stimulate Many Debates Which Is Exactly What Is Needed Peter Senge, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology, Chairperson Of The Society For Organizational Learning, And Author Of The Fifth Discipline The Art And Practice Of The Learning OrganizationNew Foreword By Al Gore Brand New Second Edition, Completely Revised With Up To The Minute Trends And Lessons Learned New And Updated Case Studies The Latest Corporate Responses To Climate Change, Energy, And Terrorism Global Capitalism Stands At A Crossroads Facing Terrorism, Environmental Destruction, And Anti Globalization Backlash Today S Global Companies Are At A Crossroads, Too Searching Desperately For New Sources Of Profitable Growth Stuart L Hart S Capitalism At The Crossroads, Second Edition Is About Solving Both Of Those Problems At The Same Time.It S About Igniting New Growth By Creating Sustainable Products That Solve Urgent Societal Problems It S About Using New Technology To Deliver Profitable Solutions That Reduce Poverty And Protect The Environment It S About Becoming Truly Indigenous To All Your Markets, And Avoiding The Pitfalls Of First Generation Greening And Sustainability Strategies.Hart Has Thoroughly Revised This Seminal Book With New Case Studies, Trends, And Lessons Learned Including The Latest Experiences Of Leaders Like GE And Wal Mart You Ll Find New Insights From The Pioneering BoP Protocol Initiative, In Which Multinationals Are Incubating New Businesses In Income Poor Communities You Ll Also Discover Creative New Ways In Which Corporations Are Responding To Global Warming And Terrorism More Than Ever, This Book Points The Way Toward A Capitalism That S Inclusive, Welcome, And Far Successful For Both Companies And Communities, Worldwide.Paths To Profitable Sustainability Lessons From GE And Wal Mart Shattering The Trade Off Myth New Commercial Strategies For Serving The Base Of The Pyramid What Enterprises Have Learned About Doing Business In Income Poor Regions Becoming Indigenous For Real, For Good Codiscovering New Opportunities, Cocreating New Businesses With The Poor Learning From Leaders 20 New And Updated Case Studies Best Practices From DuPont, HP, Unilever, SC Johnson, Tata, PG, Cemex, And About The Author XiiAcknowledgments XiiiForeword Al Gore, Former Vice President Of The U.S XxivForeword Fisk Johnson, Chairman And CEO, S.C Johnson Son, Inc XxviiPrologue Capitalism At The Crossroads XxxiPART ONE MAPPING THE TERRAIN Chapter 1 From Obligation To Opportunity 3Chapter 2 Worlds In Collision 31Chapter 3 The Sustainable Value Portfolio 59PART TWO BEYOND GREENING Chapter 4 Creative Destruction And Sustainability 87Chapter 5 The Great Leap Downward 111Chapter 6 Reaching The Base Of The Pyramid 139PART THREE BECOMING INDIGENOUS Chapter 7 Broadening The Corporate Bandwidth 169Chapter 8 Developing Native Capability 193Chapter 9 Toward A Sustainable Global Enterprise 223Epilogue 249Index 254Capitalism at the Crossroads

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  • Paperback
  • 260 pages
  • Capitalism at the Crossroads
  • Stuart L. Hart
  • English
  • 13 June 2018
  • 0136134394

10 thoughts on “Capitalism at the Crossroads

  1. says:

    This book is much better than the other business should have social responsibilities books I have read I think the reason I like it is that it s arguement is not business should stop trying to make as much money as possible which I find unrealistic Instead, Hart gives the reader specific recommendations and cites detailed examples, making it possible for the first time for me, at least , to believe that being socially responnsible may actually be cost effecive, and therefore, possible This book is much better than the other business should have social responsibilities books I have read I think the reason I like it is that it s arguement is not business should stop trying to make as much money as possible which I find unrealistic Instead, Hart gives the reader specific recommendations and cites detailed examples, making it possible for the first time for me, at least , to believe that being socially responnsible may actually ...

  2. says:

    Ran out of steam after first half lots of reiteration and referencing the same case studies but solid book for understanding sustainability and business good to learn the key players with Grameen and HLL some strategic insights about how...

  3. says:

    Content and thematically very good, very positive, somewhat encouraging This book was a referral from my father in law, who after years of fit and start discussions about the efficacy or lack there of of capitalism, gives me this book and advises, Read thisand pass along to your brothers in law Capitalism at the Crossroads is ironically enough, essentially ...

  4. says:

    First Chapters rather confused and incoherent Develops a fictive and not very believable model of 3 economies and 3 markets Talks about the need for transnational business, value propositions for shareholders etc the model assumes a future for capitalism where growth and profit is still the accepted norm Inequality was noted as an important byproduct, but no solution to this provided About halfway through the book, the example of the automotive industry moving to clean models and in p First Chapters rather confused and incoherent Develops a fictive and not very believable model of 3 economies and 3 markets Talks about the need for transnational business, value propositions for shareholders etc the model assumes a future for capitalism where growth a...

  5. says:

    Buku ini sangat menarik kerana menyalahkan kapitalism atas bencana yang melanda dunia Tamak haloba menyebabkan kehancuran alam, keganasan dan pembangunan tidak seimbang berlaku.Pembangunan berimbang adalah jawabannya Bottom of Pyramid adala...

  6. says:

    This is a book the world needs now It is rich with examples of ways business can profitably draw down from the danger of extreme climate change I read this awhile ago but I recall that Hart advises many multinational companies, large ...

  7. says:

    I found this to be a really helpful primer w.r.t sustainability, very clearly bringing all of the pieces together, while most reads are about one particular area, i.e CSR, bottom base of the period, greening A great build upon Prahalad s BoP work Hopeful Practical And of course makes a wolverine pr...

  8. says:

    It s an argument aimed at business leaders, I think, to make themresponsible and green The way the moral arguments are sometimes embroiled with the profit motive ones was unsatisfying to me But perhaps I am too used to package politics.

  9. says:

    I really liked this book because it lays out a blueprint for how businesses can adapt and profit from sustainable enterprise and working toward improving the quality of life for the global population.

  10. says:

    persuasive, non judgmental, practical arguments for companies to move beyond a strict bottom line quarter profits and into sustainability in the short long term and inside outside itself.

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