This from the Australian today. regarding voting methods in annual meetings.
Organisations are :
Increasingly waving goodbye to the arcane practice that critics say disenfranchises major shareholders.
Switch out the word “shareholders” and switch in “stakeholders” for universal appeal.
(Can’t provide link to page 21 of The Australian as article by Andrew White is behind a paywall)
This article puts forward a perspective on the evolution of organisational paradigms. Emotive language aside, the description of an organ that is focussed beyond the shareholder, places responsibilities with empowered individuals and is responsive to customers and consumers is attractive to me.
How Kyocera’s “hourly efficiency” management accounting system is calculated.
Two types of people. Two roles.
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