Defusing the corporate time bomb
A recent post on the JustMeans LinkedIn group points to Charles Handy's lecture on the role of the corporate business model in exploding capitalism. He concludes that the corporation needs a moral center.
Which is all well and good, but the most important question is left unresolved: what is the basis for corporate morality? There is no shortage of urgent pleas for a moral center for the corporation, but until we can devise a reason for the this that goes beyond well-worn but unconvincing prudential arguments, such pleas will go unheeded--or worse, will result in even more destructive laws.
For my thoughts on this issue, keep reading . . .