Stakeholder thinking can be more successful once we resolve the dilemma of "value"

Theresa May couldn’t have been clearer. In her inaugural speech, the UK’s new prime minister spelled out her vision for a country that works for everyone, “not for a privileged few”. To ram home the point, she pledged to have large corporations find a seat for worker representatives on...

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