Leading the Charge on a New Tomorrow
Leadership

Leading the Charge on a New Tomorrow

Leadership - Leading the Charge on a New Tomorrow

A business is NOT just in business to make money. Executives can fall back on the long standing tenants of capitalism and answer only to shareholders and Wall Street, but in the reality we should live in, a business has an obligation to its customers, to its employees and to the world in which it lives. In a volatile economy and shaky job market, thinking about long term benefits to the country and the altruistic deeds we aspire to are as important now as ever. So who will lead the charge? What choices will shake up the institutions and strive not just for higher profits but a better tomorrow?

Contributors

Kellie A. McElhaney, Author and John C. Whitehead Faculty Fellow in Corporate Responsibility, Faculty Director, Center for Responsible Business, Berkeley-Haas, University of California, Berkeley

Dr. McElhaney is the Whitehead Faculty Fellow and the founding Faculty Director of the Center for Responsible Business at the Haas School of Business at the University of California, Berkeley. She launched this center in 2003, which placed... More   View all posts

Tim Mohin, Director, Corporate Responsibility, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)

Tim Mohin joined AMD as the Director of Corporate Responsibility in December 2009. In this role, Tim is responsible for the development of AMD’s corporate responsibility strategy, oversees the company’s responsibility programs, and hea... More   View all posts
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