In the concluding chapter, Chapter 11, we summarize the various methods that asset-owning investors might consider applying when they are endeavouring to catalyse change and innovate prudently. They can achieve this by viewing the world through the lens of those institutional investors who search for organizational innovation and reconfiguration to meet their long-term objectives in a challenging world. The objectives of Chapter 11, and indeed of the whole book, have been to remind investors of their core functions and to show them how they can best take charge of their futures. This chapter lays down plans for how asset owners might mobilize their innovative ideas and, indeed, persuade their boards to resource them appropriately.
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