The Credit Crunch, global recession, austerity and Grexit are widely touted as the ‘morbid symptoms’ of capitalism in collapse. The design assumptions that served it well are past their sell-by date, and flat-earth thinking by economists and politicians alike is preventing reform. The churches are brilliantly placed to lead this effort. But how?
Dr Eve Poole read theology before becoming a management consultant with Deloitte. She’s taught leadership and ethics at Ashridge Business School and is Chair of Faith in Business at Ridley Hall.