Diane Flynn, Co-Founder and CEO of ReBoot Accel, explains how high-growth and Fortune 500 companies, as she puts it, can create “workplaces where women thrive” — and how to help accelerate the careers of women in the workplace.
Capitalism & technology get blamed for much of our global warming. What if they also present the best solution? MIT’s Andrew McAfee did the math and makes the argument.
For business and public policy leaders, the question remains: How did we get here – and where do China and Chinese-U.S. relations go next?
What happened to Facebook? Silicon Valley Investor Roger McNamee explores the question — and offers solutions to issues ranging from business models to data privacy.
Clayton, Dubilier & Rice — in partnership with Working Capital Conversations — recently hosted a panel discussion on The Future of Work.
What does ESG mean today? How involved in the portfolio companies’ sustainability strategies should the PE firms be? And how important is it to LPs? Adam Heltzer, Head of ESG & Sustainability at Partners Group, explains.
Podcast with NYU Professor Robert Seamans, who studies how technology like Artificial Intelligence and governance structures affect strategic interactions between firms, affect incentives to innovate, and ultimately shape market outcomes.
Rajan’s new book, “The Third Pillar: How the State and Markets are leaving Communities Behind.” explains the connections among inequality, globalization and populism – and rethinks the way markets, governments and local communities intersect.
Williams has written a book about leadership: “Learning to Lead: The Journey to Leading Yourself, Leading Others, and Leading an Organization.” However, he has also written a book about addressing many of the major gaps in society today, including the growth of inequality and the death of ethics.
Podcast: Joseph Stiglitz, Nobel Laureate — “People, Power, and Profits: Progressive Capitalism for an Age of Discontent”
Nobel Prize-winning Columbia University Professor Joseph Stiglitz discusses a definitive economic (and political) blue print for these times – a detailed agenda he calls “Progressive Capitalism.”