This book identifies the role of business as an agent of social and political change in South Africa. It speaks to the potential role that businesses could play in influencing society towards equitable political and national goals. It explores the lived experiences of a selected group of South African business leaders in the decade preceding the end of apartheid. The inspirational lessons derived from their experiences vividly exemplify principles and practices of nationally responsible and conscious business leadership, and are invaluable in developing a case for corporate vigilance and the boundaries of moral authority. It will be enlightening reading for academics, practitioners, and nations transitioning to a more peaceful and inclusive society.
Publisher: Springer International Publishing AG
Dimensions: 210 x 148 mm
Edition: 1st ed. 2021