For the first time in history, whistleblowers are being recognized as a powerful and positive force for change with new laws protecting the rights of whistleblowers.
2005 Volume 8 Issue 4
The Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 offers sound prescriptions for all companies, publicly traded or not.
The simple question, “Should I tell the truth in a negotiation?” opens the door to subjects as diverse as philosophy, linguistics, fiduciary duty, and, of course, ethics.
An application of the 5-Forces Industry Analysis to the “industry of professional basketball” to draw conclusions about the main success factors for “firms” (teams) in the NBA.
IT and quantitative analysis offer extraordinary benefits to decision-makers but complex decisions cannot always be measurable.
California’s 2006 legislation requiring “Mandatory Sexual Harassment Prevention” training has far-reaching implications for potential employer liability.
Since Sarbanes-Oxley, many boards of directors are shifting attention to issues that are more likely to grow revenues and profits.
A resource of common and not so common business terms to help you decipher business terminology.
The Book Corner offers recommendations on a variety of books emphasizing business and values.