2014 Forum White Paper Now Available!

Do you think good employee health is an inherent part of good business? What role, if any, do you think business schools should play in creating health care best practices? Is there even such a thing as a global best practice when it comes to healthcare?

During the Council on Business & Society’s 2014 Forum, participants had the opportunity to share and debate their ideas on such questions. The uniqueness of the Council’s Forum lies in the fact that we encourage dialogue and collaboration not only between academics, business people, and the public sector, but also between a diversity of cultures from around the world.  In so doing, we can raise a global voice that will propose solutions to important issues related to society.

Thanks to the dedicated work of the Council team, the White Paper presents a number of promising results and insights from the 2nd International Forum 2014 in Tokyo which focused on health and healthcare. The White Paper includes an executive summary, visual media, key takeaways and participant views of everything that took place during the forum.  Whether or not you were able to attend the forum, we encourage you to take a look at all the important insights, share the ideas you find interesting or even challenge the solutions presented in the paper, but most importantly, help us to keep the dialogue going!

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More than just an annual forum, the Council on Business & Society  is an ongoing international dialogue – The Council Community helps bring together business leaders, academics and journalists from around the world. #CouncilonBusinessandSociety

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