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February 2017

Short-termism versus responsible capitalism

Radix: Short-termism versus responsible capitalism

Joe Zammit-Lucia is a Radix Co-Founder and Trustee. He is an entrepreneur and commentator on business and political issues writing in outlets in the UK, US, Germany and the Netherlands. He is a Par...

Should the Unilever Model of Capitalism Be Protected?

INSEAD Responsibility Blog - Should the Unilever Model of Capitalism Be Protected?

Reflections on the recent abortive take-over of Unilever by Ron Soonieus, Managing Partner at Camunico, Executive-in-Residence at the INSEAD Social Innovation Centre and Simplexity Associate

Unilever – Kraft Heinz: Did Buffet and 3G misread the Zeitgeist?

Kraft Heinz and Unilever are fundamentally different businesses operating in the same space. The former believes that value creation depends on debt-fuelled take-over, asset stripping and aggressive cost reduction. Long-term value is created by repeating this model over and over… Continue Reading →

Confronting Corporate Risk

Rising to the challenge of global uncertainty What do leaders do when the unthinkable becomes reality?  The recent past has caught many organisations by surprise; the Brexit referendum result in the UK, the election of Donald Trump in the US,… Continue Reading →

Our World 2026

Ever since last June’s vote for the UK to leave the EU and the newly minted US President Trump, we are in a place of great uncertainty. It is clear that no one knows what will happen next and that… Continue Reading →

Case Study: Feasibility study for a fund to support the social and political development of the Caribbean Netherlands

Against a backdrop of significant constitutional changes in the status of the Caribbean Netherlands we led a feasibility study for the creation of an independent development fund to support the integrated and sustainable development of the islands’ economies, focused on:… Continue Reading →

Case Study: Imagine Aruba

Imagine Aruba (Nos Aruba 2025) was a process where 60,000 people (out of a population of just over 100,00) participated in developing a vision of a preferred future and making it happen. Within the framework of an Appreciative Inquiry into… Continue Reading →

Case Study: Developing a 5-year corporate strategy in Bangladesh

Simplexity Associate Patricia Lustig led a strategy development programme for an INGO in Bangladesh to develop its Country Strategy for the next 5 years.  We ensured that the process was participative, including people from across the organisation and their partner NGOs. In… Continue Reading →

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