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SAN DIEGO - The newly released 2003 Hospital and Health System Governance Survey, Governance Forecast: Board Performance, Challenges, & Opportunities, highlights that effective governance is a key factor in top-performing organizations. It is the first of its kind in the industry to identify...
NEW YORK Lack of targeted training not lack of ambition blocks women's advancement to the highest ranks of corporate America, according to the National Association for Female Executives (NAFE), which today announced the "NAFE Top 30 Companies for Executive Women." For the sixth...
This is a wonderfully hopeful and enlightening book. The stories of these social entrepreneurs will inspire and encourage many people who seek to build a better world. -Nelson Mandela To read an excerpt from How To Change the World, click here (pdf format).
Business Roundtable Institute for Corporate Ethics is bold investment that brings leading business schools together with active CEOs
Performance-based EMS Training Course: Implementing an EMS to Enhance Core Business Value and Improve Performance
Bush Administration is Least Trusted Government in Key Global Markets; Affects U.S. Corporations Reputations in Europe
The World Inquiry into Business as Agent of World Benefit (B.A.W.B.) is a landmark investigation into the factors and forces behind successful businesses that also care for the societies they touch and for the environment Businesses and the societies in which they work...
An Interview with David Bornstein and Profiles of the Social Entrepreneurs in How to Change the World.
The II Edition "Plus" of the Masters Program in CSR Will be Starting on February 01, 2004.
- Directors Positive Regarding Overall Board Effectiveness, but Only Half Formally Evaluate Board Performance - Results Suggest Boards May Be Misdirecting Governance Efforts