Professor Florini advances "for-benefit" organizational model

Jun 23, 2020

Let’s align our interests to breathe new life into “exasperated, fragile systems”

In a world blighted by the COVID-19 crisis, “for-benefit” companies are emerging to disrupt the age-old non-profit versus for-profit tussle, says IMD Professor Katharina Lange.

Professor Ann Florini is based at the Washington DC hub of Thunderbird School of Global Management at ASU. She is an incoming board member of the Mars, Inc./Wrigley Economics of Mutuality Foundation. Professor Florini joined a panel discussion hosted by IMD along with John Davison, CEO of Zuellig Pharma. The session was moderated by IMD Professor of Leadership, Katharina Lange.

Read the article at the link below:

https://www.imd.org/news/updates/Lets-align-our-interests-to-breathe-new-life-into-exasperated-fragile-systems/

 


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