The current dominant form of corporations legally obliges executives to maximize shareholder profits while limiting liability for shareholders, board, and executives and maintaining hierarchical controls. They have also been granted "personhood" with citizenship rights that allow them to intervene financially in public elections without limit.

Innovations in corporate operation include revitalizing their charter responsiblities to communities, increasing their legal and board responsibility for their social and environmental impacts, making them more democratic and participatory, and ending their supposed "personhood" and political engagements.

Corporate Charters

End Corporate Personhood

Shareholder Activism

Triple Bottom Line

New Corporate Forms

Flat Organizational Structure

Worker Ownership


Total Corporate Responsibility