The best strategic plans in the world are not likely to be successful if they are not effectively communicated to those who must implement them: the employees.
2003 Volume 6 Issue 1
The new law seeks to require greater accountability by management and boards in the reporting of financial data. Will it be enough?
Compensation options are a cost to the firm and need to be expensed if financial statements are to reflect the true value of the firm.
The transfer of tacit knowledge is important in creating a company culture, including the ethical dimension.
Managers who use emotional intelligence can ameliorate job insecurity and help to reframe the situation so that it positively impacts employee performance.
Professor Chuck Morrissey interviews successful software entrepreneur Lacy Edwards about entrepreneurship and venture capital.
Sometimes knowledge can help you avoid “things that go bump in the night.”
Knowing how to determine the credit-worthiness of your customers may help save your business.