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When Ellen Kullman became DuPont’s 19th chief executive in January 2009 and its chairman later that year.
Even as legislators and consumers have lost focus, companies increasingly embrace sustainability as smart business.
“People are our greatest asset.” Many top corporate executives have mouthed this platitude.
For decades, graduate students at M.I.T.’s Sloan School of Management have played The Beer Game.
The social media phenomenon is still shy of its 10th anniversary, but its impact on society in general and business in particular has been remarkable.
The other day I signed up to become a seer. Over the next four years, I hope to learn to make better forecasts.
In a way, being polite boils down to the ability to pay attention and to communicate.
Two years ago, Andreas Weigend, former chief scientist of Amazon, offered the stunning prediction that human beings would generate more data in 2009.
Tony Blair, the former prime minister of Britain, once asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel why her country’s economy was so resilient.
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