Bruce Piasecki at Stanford Business School
Format: Embedded YouTube Video
The Future of Capitalism — Critical Perspectives on Social Entrepreneurship and Corporate Social Responsibility: This videocast features Bruce Piasecki's contribution to a panel discussion on the future of capitalism sponsored by Solutions Magazine.
(April 23, 2007 • Duration: 1 hour 34 mins.)
As the issues of global warming and international development become more pressing, many are reexamining the role multinational corporations play in our society. Some believe that corporations will be the new agent of change in this era of globalization, while others question the potential corporate social responsibility can have to solve all the world's problems. Join us in our podcast online (www.solutionsmag.net) for what will be an interesting discussion on the future of capitalism and business moderated by Tony Wang, editor in chief of Solutions Magazine.
Elliott Brown is Founder and CEO of Springboard Forward, an award winning non-profit organization that provides career development services that empower individuals to find a lifetime of Engaged Employment™. In 2005, Elliott was elected an Ashoka Fellow for his innovative work in changing the way poverty is being addressed in the United States. He graduated from Stanford University with a BA in Psychology in 1989.
Bruce Piasecki is the President and Founder of the American Hazard Control Group, a management consulting firm specializing in energy, materials, and environmental corporate matters since 1981. Dr. Piasecki is the author five books, including In Search of Environmental Excellence: Moving Beyond Blame. His latest book, World Inc., was released in April 2007.
David Vogel is the Solomon P. Lee Professor of Business Ethics at the Haas School of Business and Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of California, Berkeley. He is the author of The Market for Virtue: The Potential and Limits of Corporate Social Responsibility. He has lectured on corporate responsibility to professional and academic conferences in the United States, Great Britain, France, Italy, Denmark and Canada.