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Strategic Consultant with HYPE Innovation, helping enterprises get more value from their innovation programs. Firm believer in the concept of jobs-to-be-done, which stresses the importance of understanding customers' wants and needs. Also sports a 2:57 marathon PR. Dad to two awesome kids.

One response to “Democracies Don’t Suffer Famines: Implications for Corporate Governance”

  1. Jo Jordan

    You know you can argue the opposite – that we have democracies when we have food?

    I believe that democracies are important in themselves but if you argue democracies are good because . . . you will be held to the standard that you are claiming – empirical evidence and alternative explanations.

    And as we live in a democracy, someone like me will take a 1 minute of lunchtime to say so.