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Identity in the workplace

People are an essential requirement for an economic enterprise. Employer and employees are both fundamental to any concern, each of them with its own identity. An economic entity always needs somebody ...

Altruism or self-interest

There are no globally accepted standards of CSR, although 2010’s ISO 26000 principles were a first attempt at defining it, covering accountability, transparency, ethical behavior, respect for stakeholder interests ...

Leadership ability, in military-style

Sandhurtst, West Point, Saint-Cyr, the Gagarin Air Force Academy - these are just some of the hundreds of finishing schools around the world for army officers. 

Fostering employee engagement

Performance management systems that focus employees on short- and long-term goals reinforce communication and organizational direction, and ensure everyone works towards the same end results.

Striving for recognition

As recognition came for women, others also decided to get involved by opening art galleries. And though some might think that there are a lot of women, let’s not forget that it was not always the case.

The Longevity of Historical Brands

During the past years a massive number of new brands have been introduced into the market. Some of them have excelled in the field for over one hundred years or, in some cases, even three hundred. Others disappeared in the blink of an eye. Which key factors determine longevity?

Working Parents: What Do your Children Think?

Children always expect something from their parents. What about working parents? Sometimes just a few pointers are enough to build and maintain a good relationship in families where both parents work.

Strengthen your Design

Investigating how the relationship between companies and designers has evolved over the years. From the ambiguous success of the Panton Chair, to the current and excellent examples of BoConcept and Ikea, up to Fritz Hansen case history from the “voice”of Christian Rasmussen and Kasper Salto.

The DNA of the CFO

The role of the CFO has mutated into a job that puts roots in a higher number of daily enterprise situations. How the CFOs of the future will be leaders in driving and implementing the strategies emerging from the economic downturn?

Appointments

The characters in this comic strip have been head-hunted and placed in their new positions by Signium International, a global executive search firm.

Excellent Integration: the Rules

The same manager may be perfect for one company and totally wrong for another. The quality of a résumé is as important as personal ability in a specific context

When Your Work is Your Passion

Working doesn’t always mean seating at a desk eight hours a day. Some jobs allow people to cultivate their passions. One example: mountain guides. These mix their love for nature and sports ...