By Tom Lloyd
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They did the right thing in the end, but you get no credit for behaving decently under duress. How a company behaves affects its reputations with all its various constituencies; suppliers, customers, partners and the communities in which it operates. But we are interested here in its reputation with current and prospective employees. Well-publicized attacks on a company by pressure groups are sure to affect how the company is perceived by employees, because employees are associated by others with their employers’ reputations.
They emerged from a new kind of commercial rivalry between nations that developed in the 15th and 16th centuries, known as mercantilism, in which competing states assumed such sovereign rights over trade as they could secure through diplomacy and force. But such rights were worthless until attempts were made to exploit them. In the early 17th century European states privatized them by dividing the globe into areas and selling exploitation rights, or “charters,” to companies of merchants. The new chartered companies took their original form from the medieval fraternities and guilds Wyclif had railed against.
The “democratization” of companies is inevitable, but it will 1 WHAT PEOPLE WANT W 21 come about, not suddenly, through employee coups d’état, t but gradually, through the migration of able people from tyrannical to more democratic organizations. We are the agents of the evolution of working arrangements. Things will change because we have needs, and will take our talents, and the competitive edges associated with those talents, to workplaces and organizations that can best satisfy those needs.
Business at a Crossroads: The Crisis of Corporate Leadership by Tom Lloyd