Business leaders do not have to make a choice between doing well and doing good.
In his new book Good Company, Arthur M. Blank ’63, H’98 offers an optimistic examination of the role of values in long-term value creation and he demonstrates over and over again that profit and purpose are inextricably linked. Mr. Blank asks himself, “Are we as a company, worthy of our people’s lives? Are we honoring the time, the commitment, and the life energy that they bring their jobs every day?”
Values in Action is a new series of conversations moderated by Dave Stangis, exploring how values-driven leaders across all sectors embed values into their organizations. We'll hear personal examples of what values matter most to their success when driving outcomes.
As with all our Uncommon Tables, come when you can, stay as long as you’d like. All are welcome.