Where do some leaders get the courage to go against the tide of opinion among stakeholders, including investors? Carroll School of Management Dean Andy Boynton explores the question in his latest Forbes article, which centers on an interview with Unilever CEO Paul Polman.
This post was cowritten by Margareta Barchan of Business School Lausanne, who recently sat down with Paul Polman at Unilever headquarters in London. It probably took a bit of courage for Paul Polman to simply show up for work on his first day at Unilever, the consumer product and food giant. It [...]
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