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How can companies actually focus on anything more than just next quarter's results? We're not just talking about a PR campaign or a new mission statement. We're talking about a new way of doing business.
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In today’s reputation economy, what you stand for as a corporation often matters more than what you produce or sell. Hard to believe? This was confirmed in June when Reputation Institute, a private global
“We believe economic progress without social development is not sustainable, while social development without economic progress is not feasible.” – Klaus Schwab, Founder and Chairman of the World Economic
Samsung Electronics America just announced the winners of its latest corporate social responsibility initiative, Solve for Tomorrow, and there are lessons to be learned by other companies from Samsung’s
Recently, I connected with dozens of corporate executives of large and small companies in an effort to understand the benefits of corporate social responsibility (CSR) to the corporation. The question,
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Listen to the language that any leader, consultant, or HR professional uses, and you’ll hear them expound at length about how “we” need to change “them.” That says it all: the fact is, no one likes to
Reader, ernesthon, submitted his desk. This is just beautiful mid-century example of an elegant, minimal workspace. The desk was custom made with American Black Walnut in San Francisco. The chair is vintage
Before the late 1990s, no one was using the phrase “business model.” Or at least, it hardly appeared in written form. The phrase has since morphed, subtly but quickly, from an abstract theoretical term
It's hard to remember life before we were bombarded with notifications throughout the day on all manner of devices, for everything from Twitter replies to earthquake alerts in Japan. With very few exceptions,
More often than not, the kitchen is the heart of the home—and thus should be just as much livable as it is functional. What’s the secret to successfully wedging a kitchen into a 258-square-foot apartment?
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