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Leadership has nothing to do with the attributes of political correctness and everything to do with addressing culture, and values.
We're becoming more intolerant of transgressions and more determined to restore trust in business.
Dependence on technology carries risks for firms and investors.
Without awareness of critical dimensions of the business, decisions are just gambles.
To succeed, don't follow the leader.
Execs and board members at GlaxoSmithKline and Barclays should face harsh penalties for trading morals for money.
There is no crystal ball for predicting a catastrophe, but there should be common sense board governance and CEO leadership.
All too often, company officials ignore complaints or concerns from employees. Doing so makes the problems worse.
A list to help you understand the nature of leading and remain steadfast in the face of confusion and compromise.
Hewlett-Packard's recent announcement of layoffs is just the latest example of a company potentially hurting itself in the long term to boost short-term results.