Ali Goldsworthy joined Neil Malhotra, Kristin Hansen and Jen Miles to offer some ideas on "how can corporate leaders use their influence to [tackle] divisiveness and promote collaboration?" for this Insights piece from Stanford Business.
Ali said: "In developed democracies, people often take our stable system, and the rules that protect it, for granted. They shouldn’t. When societies become polarized, change can be swift and often negative, yet we see very few appearances of polarization on companies’ risk registers. That’s despite polarization potentially making it far harder to effectively run a business — and often pushing up the costs of doing so."