This ground breaking research must revolutionise leadership. It is already doing so after four years study by the Future of the Corporation project for the British Academy. The outcome “exceeded anything we expected”. That is why we at TTU are publishing it. The work involved “hundreds of academics, leading thinkers, business leaders, entrepreneurs, investors, lawyers, policymakers, regulators, and people from every walk of life around the world”.
Tariq Fancy said he was disillusioned by what he saw as the non-impact of sustainable investing. This is despite the bold claims made for new ‘green’ products by this fast growing sector. Too much capital is going towards companies that are doing things that are not in the public interest and too much sustaina-babble is coming out of Wall Street.
All that we take for granted faces existential threat. Most people still struggle to accept that we must all live very differently and do so rapidly in order to ensure our very survival on this planet. But there are flag bearers for new sustainable thinking and living. Here we headline the inspiring lessons from some.
How making money from solving not creating problems has ‘caught on globally’. Remarkable new evidence using revised definition of #purpose #leadership creates #profit in exciting, different #responsible ways.— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) September 28, 2021
Congratulations Colin Mayer @BritishAcademy_.https://t.co/93Kj8e0isN
Tariq Fancy warns investors & leaders abt the non-impact of many #sustainableinvestments despite big claims for new ‘green’ products. #capital goes to companies who don’t act in #publicinterest. He calls it 'sustaina-babble' of #WallStreet.https://t.co/SsiogNrgAo— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) September 9, 2021
Cost of failing to Think the Unthinkable: #West’s humiliation in #Afghanistan. Did #Biden even think unthinkables? What the world’s most sophisticated #military achieved in 20 years would be defeated in 20 days by strategic patience of men on motor bikes with semi-auto #weapons?— Think Unthinkable (@Think_Unthink) August 16, 2021
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