DISCUSSION Dominic Barton: ‘A Blueprint for better business?’

by Yolanda Villafuerte _______10th October 2012

Dominic Barton Global MD of McKinsey and Co, held an online discussion on the online platform for ‘A blueprint for better business?’ on 10 October 2012. Please visit the website forum to follow the debate.

At the launch of ‘A Blueprint for better business?’, Dominic spoke about the landscape of capitalism today and examined the crucial issue of trust.

He then addressed the responses from the delegates’ survey before examining four areas where capitalism can change for the better.

To listen to Dominic’s full speech please visit  http://blueprintforbusiness.org/conference-audio-dominic-barton.

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