By Melissa J. Anderson

  • Germany and Gender Quotas

    Bloomberg analyzes the likelihood of Germany adopting gender quotas.

  • Three Ways to Overcome Today’s Diversity Challenges

    Sucheta Rawal discusses how thinking about workforce diversity has changed since the 1960s, and what companies need to do to keep up.

  • Rethinking Value Creation

    Leadership consultant Stephen Miles tells BigThink what business leaders need to do following the global financial crisis, in an ever-increasingly networked world: think differently about the kind of value your company is creating.

  • How to Scale Your Philanthropy Efforts Globally

    Fast Company explains how to grow local corporate philanthropy efforts into global ones at a time when giving and volunteering seem to be on everyone’s radar (not just the rich or mature).

  • Yes! Good Jobs Can Mean Flexibility

    Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Program Director Kathleen E. Christensen discusses the common misconceptions about flexible jobs in the Huffington Post.

  • New Study on Corporate Sustainability: Embracers and Adopters

    A new MIT Sloan Management Review and The Boston Consulting Group study shows that most companies fall into two categories when it comes to sustainability – those that embrace the opportunities of sustainability and those that adopt to the necessities of it.