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Would ‘Lehman Sisters’ Have Been Able to Avert the Financial Crisis?(0)

April 15, 2014

If there had been more women in executive positions on Wall Street, would they have responded differently to the danger signs leading up to the 2007-2008 financial crisis? A new academic study – “The Lehman Sisters Hypothesis” – concludes that empirical literature backs the claim that “more gender diversity in finance, and particularly at the top, would help to reduce some of the behavioral drivers behind the crisis.”

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How Companies Can Manage Environmental Reputational Risk

Environmental issues, from headline-grabbing environmental catastrophes to protracted conflicts with governmental authorities, can impair a company’s reputation. Such reputational issues can threaten a company’s relationship with regulators, customers, employees, interest groups and the general public. Because it can take many years to repair a damaged environmental reputation, it is critical for any company to manage its environmental reputational risk.

How to Get Involved in Earth Day 2014 – That’s April 22!

This coming April 22 will mark the 44th annual celebration of Earth Day, and the focus this year will be green cities. “As the world’s population migrates to cities, and as the bleak reality of climate change becomes increasingly clear, the need to create sustainable communities is more important than ever,” reports Earth Day Network.

How a Culture of Purpose Can Help Business Thrive

A “culture of purpose” helps a company, writes columnist Gael O’Brien, because it “ignites the talents, aspirations and sense of service of the men and women within the organization who, by how they work together and the impact that results, have the potential to lead a company to become what it is capable of becoming.”


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