The term of the day is “stakeholder capitalism,” which refers to company strategies that aim for more than just revenue and a high market cap. But what does it mean to satisfy all interested parties? In the long run, stakeholder and shareholder objectives do match. If you have pleased staff, cooperative providers, happy regulators, and loyal customers, you will be able to give better benefits for a longer length of time. Purpose-driven ESG is the defining principle here. Purpose-driven ESG connects the company’s ESG commitments to a primary value it provides to the world. Business leaders might have the greatest intentions yet misunderstand the viewpoints of their stakeholders, and today’s technological platforms provide for fast feedback loops.
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