2003 Volume 6 Issue 3

The Cost of Lost Data

The cost of lost data from computers is substantial. Businesses must be proactive in protecting this important resource.

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Consolidate All IT?

Many technology people currently report to a business unit rather than a department. How do you decide whether to bring them back under direct IT control?

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Blowing the Whistle

Both attorneys and businesspeople need to be aware that Sarbanes-Oxley requires attorneys to report malfeasance by managers and employees of publicly traded companies. Attorney-client privilege may not be a shield in these cases. Businesspersons beware. Corporate attorneys “appearing and practicing” before the Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”) are now required to comply with stringent new […]

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Hedging Strategies for Uncertain Times

It is important to understand the nature of alternative investment strategies and their risks before considering any action.

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Creating and Sustaining an Ethical Workplace Culture

Values drive behavior and therefore need to be consciously stated, but they also need to be affirmed by actions.

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Editorial

Editorial: Onward and Upward?

Are we encouraging upward mobility, consumption and profitability at the expense of focusing on principles and moral values?

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IT MATTERS: Portal Combat

While software companies are suffering in 2002-03, recent figures surprisingly indicate that the enterprise portal software (EPS) market is continuing to grow.

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Facing Up to the Possibility of Deflation

Managers must prepare practical, relevant business plans and strategic initiatives to deal with falling prices in the U.S. economy if they occur.

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Dialogue With Four Executives

Dialogue With Four Executives

Participants of the Graziadio School’s Fourth Annual Executive Learning Forum discuss “The Challenge of Developing Ethical Leaders.”

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