Simply defined, culture is the customs, beliefs and resulting ways of thinking and behaving adopted by a group of people.
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While there is not a standard definition of what makes a high-performing board, the very questions we explored in Part 1 of this series provide good clues for figuring out what areas might need to be improved to increase your board’s performance. The question, of course, is how. Here are 5 actions that have been […]
Make no mistake about it. Innovation has always been critical for business growth and moving society forward. Yet no company that achieves success can retain that success indefinitely. Our highly competitive marketplace, uncertain business environment, the rise of impact investors and the global entrepreneurial movement are just a few of the factors that indicate innovation […]
Annual planning has a tendency to look very similar across companies. Equally, if you take a look at the advice consultants and other experts tout this time of year, it’s pretty much the same as well. Examine financials and operational data from the past year, make projections, set goals and develop a plan for achieving […]
Before I take you into the specific nature of the growing love between some investors and others and the class of business entity called a benefit corporation, let’s start at the beginning: What is a benefit corporation? According to Wikipedia, a benefit corporation is “a type of for-profit corporate entity authorized by 30 U.S. states […]