Why economic mutuality is the answer to finding balance in a chaotic world

Why economic mutuality is the answer to finding balance in a chaotic world Tom Keya

Explaining the innovative concept of Economics of Mutuality

The Economics of Mutuality (EoM) is a revolutionary management innovation. Developed through almost two decades of business practice and academic research by Mars, Incorporated and the Said Business School at Oxford University is about empowering corporations to improve how they perform by meeting the wider needs of the social and economic ecosystem.

Creating a new era of purpose driven capitalism

Above all, EoM methodology can totally transform companies at their core in a tangible way. EoM goes way behind the often surface-level approaches of ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) and CSR (corporate social responsibility). This because ESG and CSR are driven almost entirely by regulation and compliance. EoM transforms the very core of the company.

A new normal needs a new way of improving our world

EoM is a new way of thinking about the whole way that we do business. From what we want to get out of it and how we really impact the wider environment and economy, it’s a methodology that incorporates meaningful change.

A holistic collaborative approach towards a better future

Lockdown measures around the world have significantly damaged economies. People have been deprived of income and reduction. It could be that there is substantial long-term economic damage from the pandemic, even as the world begins to ease away from the worst of its impact.

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Economics of Mutuality | Impact investment | Impact 17+1 | Middle East | Dubai | UAE | Iran | Business Development | Business strategy | Mental Health Advocacy

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Tom Keya

Tom Keya

Economics of Mutuality | Impact investment | Impact 17+1 | Middle East | Dubai | UAE | Iran | Business Development | Business strategy | Mental Health Advocacy