Holacracy has been adopted and practiced by for-profit and not-for-profit organizations in the U.S., including productivity specialists the David Allen Company, Twitter co-founder Evan Williams™ Medium, Precision Nutrition, and Whole Foods Market CEO John Mackeys™ nonprofit, Conscious Capitalism.

Business leaders of tomorrow must be asked whether they give results without shareholder value

I think companies certainly the most powerful of the earth, must assume a leadership role in the challenges facing the world. Environmental degradation, climate change, poverty, disease and exploitation of man are concerned that companies should play a positive role in the fight. All the better if this reaction by the world’s problems delivering benefits for businesses and a better quality of life of consumers.

When companies are working to solve social problems that help produce a virtuous cycle of progress, connectivity, communication, collaboration and increase the speed of business, including capitalism operates at the speed of positive social change, while creation of broad new wave of newly emancipated and empowered consumers willing to embrace the security and rewards of life of the middle class.

Even before the start of the “Great Recession”, the rise of Asia and the phenomenal growth of the middle class in what is still generally regarded as developing countries were well underway. It is obvious that the new global economy is now living with the possibility of Asian companies who can organize and act in ways that are parallel to the new realities.

However, most business schools have traditionally focused on developed countries, largely ignored three-quarters of the world’s population and businesses to meet their needs. This spirit moves dramatically, not only by a sense of social obligation, but because that is where the future of the world is in economic growth. In short, innovation and entrepreneurship are the engines of global economic growth.

The real source of market promise is not the richest couples in developing countries, or even the emergence of middle income consumers. It’s billions of aspiring poor who are joining the market economy for the first time. If we cease to see the poor as victims or as a burden and start recognizing them as resilient and creative entrepreneurs and value conscious consumers, a whole new world opens for business opportunities. ”

In a recent study of companies in India, four professors of management at the Wharton School has asked the leaders of the 150 largest companies in India and its management priorities. They found that nearly all executives surveyed rated their first missions social enterprises while providing shareholder value ranked fourth. These results may influence the business practices worldwide.

What is lacking in many emerging market economies, leadership and entrepreneurial skills to enable people to create their own destiny by building new businesses. People must be able to develop new skills, allowing them to do things differently, if this means that an inclusive approach to business, launching a new business, finding a new way to communicate, or pioneering new technologies. To meet this challenge, Wharton is active in efforts to strengthen business skills and cooperatives around the world, providing business leaders with current and future abilities to think strategically, understand the market and identify opportunities for growth while teaching the basics of finance, marketing, strategy, business ethics and organizational behavior.

Professors and students from schools of contemporary Western and Asian business people need to develop new approaches and opportunities for strengthening enterprises in all regions of the world. Business schools have a crucial role in providing global leaders of future work to take risks for private enterprises to serve the public interest. The next generation is ready and I am confident that under their leadership, we will see a continuous emergence of a new economic structure – one focusing on expanding prosperity for all, rather than to maximize profits for some.

Authorship: Content compiled from various sources