In May 2004, a diverse and distinguished group of 25 participants convened in Boston to explore many key aspects of corporate redesign and begin to build a core set of participants in the Corporation 20/20 process. Individuals from legal, labor, business, civil society, government, journalism, governance and investor communities participated.
Lively debates focused on design principles, international norms, national and state law, and internally driven change on the part of a few pioneering corporations. A second event in San Francisco on November 29-December 1, 2004 comprised in-depth discussion of key design issues such as the role of directors, capital and ownership. The most recent workshop (#6) in San Francisco took place November 15-17, 2006. A summary of the workshop is available here.
Video Interview with Allen White at Yale Univ.
Redesigning Finance: Pathway To A Resilient Future
2nd Summit Resources
1st Summit Resources