Entries Tagged as 'Democracy'
June 30th, 2011 · 2 Comments
The last couple of years have been tough for new college grads in all fields. Job leads are hard to follow and lines are long for new openings. Applicants are settling for lower pay and lower meaning. But do they have to?
May 11th, 2011 · No Comments
Management is still pretty traditional in most business. Teams are talked about but rarely implemented in deep ways. And there are few who use the principle of what Responsible Management looks — which improved democracy, capitalism, EArth and community regeneration, while improve customer lives and giving enduring ethical returns.
March 6th, 2011 · No Comments
Fred Allen, Leadership Editor at Forbes, offered a short piece on February 26 called How Entrepreneurs Led the Way to Revolution in Egypt in which he cited a post by Yale Law School professor Ian Ayres’ at The New York Times and an opinion post at Politico co-written by Ayres with his fellow professor Jonathan […]
February 24th, 2011 · 1 Comment
I’ve been watching the news in Wisconsin with dismay. But not for the reasons many people are. I think the right questions are not being asked and wrong conversations are dominating. I personally have sat in the chairs of many different players in this standoff. I was briefly an SEIU president in my very early […]
Egyptian Leadership Blames “Outsiders”— Another Example of How Responsibility Depends on Personal Capability
February 6th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Egyptian leaders have finally met with protestors. Not much has changed. What jumped out in the headlines today was Mubarak’s assertion that the protests are stimulated and fueled by outsiders. The country would not have all these problems if outsiders would just leave them alone. My post won’t offer a different way to understand these particular […]
February 3rd, 2011 · 1 Comment
As we watch Egyptian officials make statements for the purpose of stabilizing a very volatile situation, and as President Obama and members of Congress consider how the U.S. might intervene, we are reminded of the challenge of leadership—no matter what our persuasions and philosophy. I have been working with AFED, a not-for-profit in Beirut, which […]
January 31st, 2011 · 1 Comment
What is driving protest in Cairo? The Egyptian uprising has many causes, but I’m not talking about the usual assumptions. Certainly it is about a lack of freedom to choose one’s leader. And about brutality at the hands of a military that should be protecting its own people. And a lack of jobs that forces […]
January 20th, 2011 · No Comments
In a joint press release Senate majority leader Harry Reid and House Speaker John Boehner announced that Congressional leaders will mark the anniversary of John F. Kennedy’s inauguration with a tribute today at noon. Reading this note and hearing President Kennedy’s address on NPR reminded me of what was without doubt the most memorable moment in that […]
January 8th, 2011 · 1 Comment
Gregory Zuckerman, Wall Street Journal special reporter, and author of The Greatest Trade Ever, just tweeted: “Spoke re my book at Peking University, great questions-Everyone’s a capitalist today in the East, even as capitalism is disparaged in West” @GZuckerman Zuckerman’s tweet, reminded me about why I still believe in capitalism even knowing it needs a […]
December 2nd, 2010 · 1 Comment
Wikileaks is offering real time transparency in policy making and statesmanship. Business may think this has nothing to do with them. You are next, I assure you. Transparency is no longer a choice. Here is what you can do to defend yourself. And what the responsible business is doing.