Since 2013 it has become clear to us, that companies must be more than just beneficiaries of the economic system and contribute to making it better through our work. So being voices and actors for the future good is even more critical today.
WCD speaks with Romani de Silva, Deputy Chairman and Managing Director of Alliance Finance Company PLC, the third oldest finance company in Sri Lanka, to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
The traditional role of being domain experts no longer suffices and consultants must remain flexible and open to other alternate routes to success. Instead of merely instructing clients, it is imperative that consultants take on a listening role and deeply understand their genuine needs.
Relentless in its growth, Consulus has expanded yet again to Brazil. The opening of Consulus Brazil was sealed with the welcoming of Carlos Xavier, our senior consultant in Brazil.
So what is corporate culture? Why does everyone seem to have so many different interpretations?
Pope Francis is challenging us to remember that the economy must be at the service of humanity and not become the dictator of our values and actions.
The idea that corporate social responsibility is considered exceptional and not the norm is the scandal of our times. We should not have to give an award to a company that is seeking to do good, it is in their DNA and should be the standard.
World Company Day gets in touch with Naked Press, a health and wellness brand from Indonesia to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
World Company Day gets in touch with Prima Luce, an online accessory brand from Japan to find out about what they are doing to shape the world.
As a firm, our contribution may be small but through every encounter, we must bring about this new concept of unity which I call ‘transformative unity.’ If we do this, then a new kind of innovation will emerge, not just the type that will win awards or attract many funds but one that is meaningful and shapes the world into a better place.
In order to find out more on what the stakeholders believe that this partnership and PlaceCORE could potentially achieve and what the future holds for the two companies and the communities involved, The Columnist held a conversation with 3 key executives who have and will be much involved in the formulation and implementation of the PlaceCORE design and framework processes.
The partnership brings two leading globalised firms with complementary strengths, one in urban and infrastructure development and the other in business design, to serve growing development needs in Asia