Informed by the results of workshops, public events, e-dialogues, research, and communications, Corporation 20/20 has set an ambitious work agenda, including:
Dialogue. To facilitate convergence around new visions of the future corporations. Electronic dialogues on a wide range of topics are ongoing and archived on www.Corporation2020.org.
Laboratories. To apply emerging 20/20 concepts to companies, business sectors, government, labor, and civil society for the purposes of testing interim ideas and mutual learning between Corporation 20/20 and its collaborators.
Working Groups. To advance both concepts and tasks. WGs will focus on design principles and prototype designs across a range of organizations, e.g., large publicly listed corporations, large privately/family-controlled corporations, and small/medium size corporations.
Paper Series. Two paper series explore issues in corporate redesign, e.g., evolution of the corporation, internal transformation, law reform, new models of capitalization, rethinking charters and stakeholder governance, and archetypes of the future corporation.
Summits. In 2007 and 2009, Corporation20/20 convened two major public events titled "Summit on the Future of the Corporation." The events, held at historic Faneuil Hall in Boston, were a major milestone in bringing corporate redesign to the public agenda, profiling Corporation 20/20 design concepts and charting a pathway forward for the initiative.