Tag Archives: sustainability

Value for business and society – S18.2

In a recent article in Rotman Management (Spring 2018), David Kiron et al. outline five principles that corporations can follow to build a sustainable business. They developed these principles following an eight-year study and, while they identify examples of progress … Continue reading

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Leadership in Brief – S15.3

Leadership is a much misunderstood and greatly overused concept. I have been teaching leadership for many years and my skepticism and anxiety about the usefulness of the term continues to grow. If asked to provide a brief statement of my … Continue reading

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Economic development and development economics

Economic development and development economics are related concepts that refer to our efforts to understand and eradicate the economic disparities that exist between nations, as well as between regions within individual countries, and even between neighboring communities. While socioeconomic inequality … Continue reading

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Change management text

The material for my change management course is drawn from a variety of sources, but I do use one text in its entirety: Leading Change toward Sustainability, by Bob Doppelt, now in its second edition (Greenleaf, 2010). According to a … Continue reading

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