Praise for The Corporate Social Mind:
''An important subject, the right authors, a great book.''
Dr. Knut Bergmann, German Economic Institute
“An increasing number of people expect private businesses to not only maximize shareholder value, but take over a broader, quasi-governmental responsibility. Some few companies are already adopting this new role ... shaping the future of our human civilizations. This book is a brilliant collection of such best practices and ... opens up a space for a critical discussion about these recent developments and stresses the importance of collective reflection. A must-read for every conscious individual in our economies.”
Professor Dr. Laura Marie Edinger-Schons, University of Mannheim
“Practical help in anchoring depth to debates about [what constitutes a good purpose in a complex world] and will help avoid the trap of corporate social responsibility activities that are unconnected to the core of the business.''
Professor Johannes Meier, PhD, UNICEF Germany and NEW WORK SE, Mercator Foundation
''The Corporate Social Mind is timely, refreshing, and actionable. Derrick Feldmann and Michael Alberg-Seberich ask the relevant questions and give voice to those who start to act. A must-read for everyone who decides to do and not just talk about social impact.''
Professor Johanna Mair, PhD, Stanford Center on Philanthropy and Civil Society; Academic Editor, Stanford Social Innovation Review
''The management of a company's purpose and social engagement is a crucial leadership task these days. … [These] traits should be part of the toolbox of modern-day businesses.''
Brigitte Lammers, Partner, Egon Zehnder