Corporate Governance or Corporate Value Added?: Rethinking the Primacy of Shareholder Value

@inproceedings{Prahalad1994CorporateGO,
  title={Corporate Governance or Corporate Value Added?: Rethinking the Primacy of Shareholder Value},
  author={C. Prahalad},
  year={1994}
}
Restructuring is a necessary but not sufficient condition for corporate success. The greatest challenge facing large corporations today is ensuring continuous renewal - that is, finding new growth opportunities based on core competencies while still seeking efficiencies in mature businesses. To accomplish this, corporate America must seek to balance its single-minded commitment to shareholders with a greater concern for other corporate stakeholders such as employees and suppliers (especially… Expand
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