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Disruptive Evolution in Corporate Sustainability & Diversity Amidst COVID 19 G1 Global 2020



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G1 Global Conference @GLOBIS Tokyo, Oct. 11, 2020. https://g1summit.com/g1global/
The COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent lockdowns globally forced companies to change their business models to survive. Yet at the same time, it can be argued that the demand for corporate sustainability—in the broad sense—has never been higher. How can companies continue to maintain shareholder value while considering the needs of all stakeholders? What aspects has the COVID-19 disruption sped up (e.g., digital transformation?) and slowed down (e.g., investments in SDG?) This panel looks at how corporations are reacting to the pandemic, including new initiatives and opportunities, such as workplace diversity, ecological sustainability & potentially useful technology. As we hope to move forward into a Post-COVID-19 world, we ask our panelists what businesses (and leaders) should keep in mind going forward.

Robert Alan Feldman (Senior Advisor, Morgan Stanley MUFG Securities, Co., Ltd.; Professor, Tokyo University of Science)
Seiji Inagaki (President, Dai-ichi Life Holdings, Inc.)
Masao Torii (Country President, Novartis Pharma K.K.)
Moderator: Miki Tsusaka (Managing Director & Senior Partner, Boston Consulting Group)
Category
Management
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