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June 16, 2015
The Data-Driven Optimist. Economist Max Roser is compiling an archive of global improvement.
by Jeffrey Rothfeder
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Wharton’s Advanced Management Program – A Transformative Five Weeks
The Importance of Being an Ally. You can help promote diversity by listening, understanding, and supporting.
by Kelley Mavros
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THE 2014 STUDY OF CEOS, GOVERNANCE, AND SUCCESS This is the 15th year that Strategy& has examined CEO successions and success among the world’s top 2,500 public companies. This year we’ve assessed how much progress companies have made toward better CEO succession planning and how much value some companies are leaving on the table with poor planning.
FEATURE
by Laura W. Geller
Jessica Kennedy, an assistant professor at Vanderbilt University’s Owen Graduate School of Management, talks to strategy+business about the connection between unethical behavior and high rank, and between moral outrage and gender.
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How to Scale Up Excellence in an Organization
Stanford’s Robert Sutton discusses the mind-set and strategies of companies that are most adept at building and spreading high standards.
IN A NUTSHELL
“You can build a company that is kind to its workers, its distributors, and its investors.” — Marc Gunther, A Snack Bar Aims to Change the World
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CEO Succession: Why It Pays to Have a Plan
Large companies can lose billions of dollars when they don’t plan for changes in leadership.
Decentralization of the Corporate Structure Is Key for Workers with Disabilities
Firms can best accommodate employees with disabilities by delegating authority to their immediate supervisors and providing clear instructions in the HR manual on how to handle workers’ individual needs.
by Matt Palmquist
Why Higher Minimum Wages Might Be the New Normal
As companies such as Walmart, Aetna, and Facebook start paying their workers more, others sense a change in the air.
by Daniel Gross
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