May 29, 2015

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More Women, Higher Quality CSR?

New research shows the strong connection between having more women in executive management and "greater corporate social responsibility" | Sustainable Business Forum.

BSR 2011: Welcoming the Seven Billionth Sustainability Leader

GreenBiz writer John Davies reports from BSR 2011 and reviews how business for social responsibility has come full circle.

What Goes Around, Comes Around: How CSR Helps Your Recruiting

Corporate social responsibility (CSR) isn't on the front of most hiring manager's minds, but it should be. Aman Singh is interviewed on HireBetter.

Everyday Heroes: Steve Jobs in Perspective

The world has lost Steve Jobs - and Dr. Ralph Steinman, Wangari Maathai and Sophie de Villers. Mitchell Beer remembers on Talkback.

Steve Jobs: seven ways he taught us to 'think different'

To think big and follow our instincts are some of the lessons Apple's founder Steve Jobs left behind. Smart Planet writer Joe McKendrick...

The Power of Hiring Right: A Value Proposition that Most Recruiters Continue to Ignore

Retention is more than an HR function: Aman Singh addresses the rising role of CSR and sustainability in recruitment, on Talkback.

Diversity Bedevils

Is diversity training working? Jude Smith Rachele poses the question on Talkback.

Where Have All the Leaders Gone?

Leaders of the past almost always seem more effective than those of today. It's a bias Ron Ashkenas addresses in the Harvard Business...

Top Offshore Drilling Regulators Named

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar appointed leaders for the two entities that will assume responsibility for offshore oil and gas development | NYT.

9/11 - Take Back America

Author John Perkins revels in the decade following 9/11 and prescribes a dose American ingenuity to restore the economy.




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