On 4 June 2018, the Stewardship Asia Roundtable 2018 brought together some 200 influential thinkers and leaders from 20 countries to discuss on the topic of "Stewardship in a Disruptive World". Here are the insights which is an executive summary of the event.
The Stewardship Mindset -
Insights from a 1300 year old family business
As part of the Stewardship Principles for Family Businesses campaign, Stewardship Asia interviewed Mr Zengoro Hoshi, the 46th generation owner of Hoshi Ryokan to uncover the insights, values and stories behind this 1300 year old family-owned inn.
The ‘Stewardship Principles for Family Businesses’ is a guide intended to help family businesses across (and beyond) Asia, to focus on stewardship. These broad principles aim to articulate the mindset and attitudes, as well as the behaviours and practices that would foster the success, significance and sustainability for family businesses (FBs).
Highlights of the
Stewardship Asia Roundtable 2018
210 participants. 138 organisations. 20 countries.
Catch the highlights of the recent Stewardship Asia Roundtable held on 4 June, where business leaders and thinkers discussed stewardship in a distruptive world.
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"Stewardship reduced to its crux, is about engaged, responsible and meaningful value creation over the long term; and how successful and sustained organisations could benefit not only its stakeholders in an inclusive way, but also the larger community that they are part of."
Hsieh Fu Hua
Chairman, Stewardship Asia Centre