This year’s conference “Impending Global Leadership Challenges: Lessons learned from the COVID-19 crisis”, hosted by IEDC Bled School of Management, will take place on October 9, from 10:00 to 13:30 pm ET by Zoom. The Global Forum will gather business and thought leaders to discuss and learn about this year’s obstacles and challenges. The exhibitors … Continued
The pandemic is likely to have lasting, material repercussions for how health care enterprises approach corporate governance. These repercussions are separate and distinct from the board’s disaster-response duties that were summoned into application during the height of the health crisis. Rather, they relate to how certain traditional governance principles and practices are expected to change … Continued
Barclays, the multinational investment bank and financial services company, recently posted a position for a Partner Manager, Platform Ecosystem.
This year’s conference “Politics, Corporations and Society: New Questions and New Answers from the Old World” was hosted by San Telmo Business School and featured presidents of the leading European companies, as well as academics of prestigious institutions and social leaders.
Previously I have written about the importance of the healthcare, resource transformation, food and beverage, consumption, extractives & minerals processing, renewables and alternative energy, infrastructure, transportation, and technology and communications sectors to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
On August 19, 2019, 181 CEOs who are members of the U.S. Business Roundtable (BRT) issued a statement on the purpose of a corporation. Its opening sentence speaks to each person’s right to lead a life of meaning and dignity. It goes on to acknowledge the central importance of stakeholders, including customers, employees, suppliers, local communities … Continued
I am asking all of you who read this post to do whatever you can to encourage companies you are involved with in any way to get their board to publish a “Statement of Purpose.”
Previously I have written about the importance of the healthcare, resource transformation, food and beverage, consumption, extractives & minerals processing, renewables and alternative energy, and infrastructure sectors to the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer’s latest book, ‘Dying for a Paycheck’, argues that it is, attributing more than 120,000 deaths a year to workplace health conditions.
$12.7 trillion! That’s the projected size of the global construction industry in 2022, according to one recent analysis. In the US alone, construction employs some 10 million workers. And while it’s a relatively slow-growth sector, it’s been remarkably stable in many of its elements for hundreds of years. That may begin to change.