Kenn Allen is founder and president of the Civil Society Consulting Group LLC, a global firm committed to ‘helping leaders in NGOs, business, and government unleash the power of people to change the world.'
There no longer is any place for business to hide.
This was the judgment of Thomas Friedman (2000) in The Lexus and the Olive Tree, an examination of the growing tension between the forces of globalisation and the yearning for community. He was arguing that globalisation of business has been paralleled by globalisation of expectations about how businesses will behave. No longer can business escape scrutiny by moving its operations to obscure locations in developing countries.