05 Feb The global organisations of the future
The paradigms of reference are changing and, in order to be sustainable in the context of organisations, companies must measure themselves against the ability to act ethically and maximise their long-term performance.
Being a “sustainable” organisation doesn’t just mean surviving in the long term. It also means growing healthily within the community of stakeholders and acting in their name and on their behalf. This includes employees, customers, suppliers, the local community and also shareholders.
The more effective the eco-system is and the more successful the participants are.
A pro-active ethical culture has a positive impact on motivation, people’s sense of belonging and productivity.
Who is the transpersonal leader, able to successfully meet the needs of this era? Success in this new context requires moving from a hierarchical and conflictual system to a collaborative one comprised of a distributed leadership.