The movement to stakeholder capitalism is changing the business of business, making doing good a part of everyday operations rather than a set of concerns that live on the side within isolated teams focused on CSR, Employee Engagement, Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion, Wellness, corporate impact and venture investing, or Philanthropic Grants. As these teams consolidate, collaborate more closely, look to measure impact more comprehensively, and are driven by holistic strategies for impact, the job of leaders hoping to drive this movement forward grows dramatically in complexity. In this session we will explore trends in Stakeholder Capitalism seen within customers of the growing suite of products at Salesforce & in our partners that help companies address these problems, discuss how innovative technologies are accelerating this shift to a more sustainable capitalism, and offer ways that various players can effectively plug into this evolving infrastructure.
Technologies Driving the Movement to Stakeholder Capitalism
Stakeholder Economics & Leadership
Equity & Inclusion
Purpose and Desired Outcome
For attendees to leave the room knowing trends in the movement to stakeholder capitalism that are being seen by some market leaders in the space and to have some clear ideas for how they can join the movement and plug in, particularly through new technologies.
Corporate & SME
Accelerators & Incubators
- NameBrandolon Barnett
- TitleAuthor | Lead, CSR Industry Solutions
- OrganizationSalesforce.org Philanthropy Cloud
- NameLiz Sessler
- TitleManaging Director, Product & Partnerships
- NameMarc Priester
- TitleSenior Product Manager
- OrganizationBill & Melinda Gates Foundation