Sustainability and the responses expected from family businesses in the face of society's new demands were the focus of debate on 27 May at a conference organised by the Instituto de la Empresa Familiar (IEF) and the Institute for Governance and Society (IGS).
Do these new objectives and guiding principles coincide with the values traditionally identified with family businesses? What do family businesses need to do to address these new objectives and guiding principles? corporate governance challenges?
Long-term vision, consideration of the interests of suppliers, customers and communities in general, concern for the environment, diversity and other factors on the social agenda today have become the new vectors around which business excellence is conceived.
María Herrero, partner of TranscendentHe participated to talk about commitment, purpose and family business.
"The real battle facing the world is not the tension between broken capitalism and redesigned capitalism, between liberalism and protectionism, between China and the United States, or between populism and nationalism: the real battle is whether there is real purpose or not, and above all whether we play by the rules to advance economic progress and shared prosperity," said María Herrero in her intervention.
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