By Melissa J. Anderson

  • Men and Women Don’t See Eye to Eye on Board Gender Challenges

    According to The Grapevine, a study performed by Inspire, Harvy Nash’s network for board level women, revealed that “Over half (51%) of men don’t think there is a problem with the lack of women on boards, with only a third of women agreeing.”

  • AT&T and T-Mobile Merger Will be Better for LGBT Workers

    According to Echelon, AT&T’s long history of positive attitudes toward LGBT issues will make the workplace more open for LGBT T-Mobile workers.

  • Charitable Giving Up Last Year

    According to, charitable giving rose 38% in 2010, with corporate giving increasing by 10.6%.

  • Why Great Leadership is More Important than a Good Team

    Jeff Stibel, Chairman and CEO of Dun & Bradstreet Credibility Corp., writes for HBR about the importance of strong leadership. He writes, “Brains work very well individually but tend to break down in groups.” According to Stiebel, this is illustrated in the effectiveness of the individual contributor.

  • Sustainable Brands 2011 Roundup

    Triple Pundit discusses the top eight issues discussed at this years Sustainable Brand’s conference. Number One: “Innovative disruptive change is the future.”