Reputation Reality Check: What Would Your Founder Think?

As fallen corporate reputations litter the sidewalks of business districts across the globe, the Financial Times reminds us of the UK government’s 2007 Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act. The Act creates accountability for fatal accidents caused by the “gross failings” of managers. While steep fines may seem like punishment enough, they only scratch the…

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How Big Is Your Desk?

A recent Financial Times article chronicled the history of office culture through the history of the desk. The “legless box” lugged around by the mid-15th century scribe spoke nothing of comfort. The modern, ergonomically designed desk of today was created with comfort in mind, but seems void of personality. What cultural values does your desk…

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