Warren Valdmanis

Accountable
  • Accountable

  • An indispensable guide and call to action to take control of our economic power and hold corporations to a higher standard

    'A pragmatic and original roadmap to transform capitalism into a system that's more inclusive, sustainable, and just'Dr. Rajiv J. Shah, President of The Rockefeller Foundation
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    CAPITALISM IS FAILING - AND SO ARE THE TOOL WE'RE RELYING ON TO FIX IT . . .


    Chevron boasts spending $50 million per year on renewable energy whilst it spends 200 times that on oil exploration.
    Goldman Sachs touts its 10,000 Women initiative but women earn 55% less than men do on average.

    By focusing on corporations rather than people, we've put our faith in brand-focused window-dressing. But why should we trust those responsible for our current crisis to fix it?

    WE NEED TO HOLD THEM ACCOUNTABLE.

    A blueprint for taking ownership of your economic power, authors NAME and NAME show us how we can trigger a fundamental shift away from an unethical, unfair, and destructive economy. Their investigation cuts through the tired dogma to reveal a hopeful truth: if we can make our corporations accountable, we can make capitalism both prosperous and good.

    WE HAVE THE POWER TO CHANGE CAPITALISM; AS CONSUMERS, AS INVESTORS, AS EMPLOYEES, AS VOTERS.

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    'Uses a combination of great stories and thoughtful analysis to suggest that we must find a way to change the purpose of our corporations if we are to build a society that works for all of us' Rebecca M. Henderson, John & Natty McArthur University Professor at Harvard University
    'Fresh, balanced, highly readable and deeply informed' John Pepper, former Chairman and CEO of P&G

Warren Valdmanis is a partner at Two Sigma Impact, a private equity business that invests in the American workforce. He was previously a managing director with Bain Capital's social impact fund, and before that invested with Bain Capital's private equity team for over a decade. He grew up in Canada and has lived and worked in Australia, Chile, France, Hong Kong, Japan, South Africa and the United States. Warren studied economics at Dartmouth College and earned his MBA from Harvard Business School. He lives with his wife, Kristin, and their four children in Portland, Maine.

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