Connect: How Companies Succeed by Engaging Radically with Society

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This book is about the need for business to connect with society. It aims to articulate and understand the recurring rift between big business and the wider culture, and to propose a way in which corporations can thrive by connecting with the world around them. In an era of relentless transparency, the world is demanding more than ever of the private sector. The consequences of repeating the mistakes of the past are greater today than they have ever been. There is an enormous prize for companies who choose to meet these new expectations with respect, authenticity and openness, embedding society's needs into the very heart of their business model. This book is not about philanthropy or 'Corporate Social Responsibility', but about how well companies connect with society increasingly determines their competitive advantage. In his new book John Browne, former CEO of BP, has teamed up with two experts from McKinsey to write a far-reaching and accessible book about how businesses must radically reconnect with communities, with people and with the environment to make the world a better place. Featuring interviews with many highly influential people including Tim Berners Lee, Jack Ma and Sheryl Sandberg, among others; numerous case studies; great business stories, and original McKinsey research - this book shows the way. It promises to shake up the business world.

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John Browne (Author) JOHN BROWNE (Lord Browne of Madingley) was CEO of BP from 1995-2007, where he built a reputation as a visionary leader, transforming BP into one of the world's largest companies. He was president of the Royal Academy of Engineering, is a fellow of the Royal Society, a foreign member of the US Academy of Arts and Sciences and chairman of the trustees of the Tate Galleries. He holds degrees from Cambridge and Stanford universities, was knighted in 1998, and made a life peer in 2001. He is now a partner at Riverstone Holdings and the author of the memoir Beyond Business and popular science book Seven Elements that Have Changed the World.

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