Our new virtual series from YaleWomen is designed to foster conversation and engagement that fuel action around advancing equity in our professional and personal lives. From politics to the arts, from tech start-ups to finance and science, we’ll explore how Yale women are addressing equity challenges and creating positive and enduring change.
Our guest for the next session is Judy Samuelson, Yale SOM, author, The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Value in a Changing World. Samuelson is founder and executive director of the Aspen Institute Business and Society Program and a Vice President at the Aspen Institute. Signature programs under her leadership include a ten-year campaign to disrupt Milton Friedman’s narrative about corporate purpose, a multi-year dialogue to produce the Aspen Principles of Long-term Value Creation, and a partnership with Korn Ferry to rethink executive pay.
Here’s a link to order The Six New Rules of Business: Creating Real Value in a Changing World: Order here
In our session, moderated by Amy Armitage, Samuelson will tackle questions of equity in the design of business and business decisions—both what is possible and what parts of the system—including the structure of executive pay—that are holding us back. We’ll discuss ‘choice points’ for executives, and how pay equity, rewards, and fairness link to long-term business success. Join us to explore through case studies and conversation new ideas about fairness and equity at work.