February 29, 2020

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Deadwood Board Members

Are you an inactive, unproductive, distracting or simply “dead wood” board member? Lucy P. Marcus analyzes why sometimes stepping off is the best...

Cooperative Capitalism: Can Coops Rejuvenate the American Economy?

We celebrates the International Year of Cooperatives, with a new series by Senior Editor Francesca Rheannon on whether cooperatives can jumpstart the American...

Whole Foods & Wholly Conscious Capitalism

Whole Foods presents an interesting case of the promise and pitfalls of the “conscious capitalism” which is at the heart of the company’s...

Changing the World, One Leader at a Time

What is true sustainability leadership? Wayne Visser defines it on Talkback.

Women and the New Business Leadership

To quota or not to quota? In Women and the New Business Leadership, authors Penniah Thomson and Tom Lloyd explore how women can...

The Corporate Capture of the United States

Corporations have effectively captured the U.S.: its judiciary, its political system, and its national wealth, without assuming any of the responsibilities of dominion..

The Political Case Against Out-Sized Executive Pay

Ben Heineman details a report from The High Pay Commission that builds a multi-faceted political case on the business, economic and social grounds...

What a Supercommittee for the 99% Would Have Done

Sarah Anderson: 'We live in a rich country. There is plenty of money to address our fiscal challenge while also reshaping our society...'

Measuring Leadership Development

It's hard to argue with the premise that leadership matters; yet so few resources are devoted to leadership development | Stanford Social Innovation...

Congress: Trading stock on inside information?

Steve Kroft reports that members of Congress can legally trade stock based on non-public information from Capitol Hill, CBS News.




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