Why Today's Capitalism is no Longer Laissez-Faire October 15, 2015 By Dov Seidman If ever we needed any evidence that we are undergoing a huge shift in the very nature of capitalism, how our economy is organized and what business fundamentally is, we need only look to how and how much new business language
From the Knowledge Economy to the Human Economy November 12, 2014 By Dov Seidman Over the course of the 20th century, the mature economies of the world evolved from being industrial economies to knowledge economies. Now we are at another watershed moment, transitioning to human economies—and the shift has profound implications for management. What do I mean by the human economy?
Capitalism is for Everyone for No One May 26, 2014 By Dov Seidman Today, I will be joining a group of business and nonprofit leaders, media strategists, and policy makers at a Conference on Inclusive Capitalism admirably catalyzed and guided by Lady de Rothschild. The Inclusive Capitalism movement is one of a number of laudatory initiatives
Seeking Better Returns: Staying True to "Corporate Character" Means Realizing That Trust is Not Transactional November 22, 2013 By Dov Seidman We are moving deeper into an era when consumers have unprecedented visibility into shop floors and board rooms, and that gives new relevance to a time-honored truth: Trust is not transactional. Because stakeholders
A Cure for the Common Corporation July 17, 2012 By Dov Seidman HOW to Measure and Manage Performance in the 21st Century “We now know that you do well by doing good,” says Warren Cormier, the President of the Boston Research Group and one of the founders of the RAND Behavioral Finance Forum. “It’s