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  These Leaders Get the Respect They Deserve
Leaders at all levels, both in the public and private sectors, are more vulnerable to forces beyond their control, including those that come from the bottom up.
It means that leaders, aware of the newly precarious nature of their situation, are likely to develop a management style more attuned to the needs and wishes of their followers.
Moreover, the sins for which leaders are being made to pay range from the private and personal to the public and professional, from those that are about matters of style to those that are about matters of substance, and from those that are merely mistakes to those that are crimes against humanity.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/content/article/2005/04/16/AR2005041600153_pf.html   (1616 words)

 Business   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
With rare exceptions (such as co-operatives, corporate bodies, non-profit societies and institutions of government), they are for-profit ventures.
That is, one of the main objectives of the owners and operators of the business is to receive a financial return for their time and effort.
The most common types are partnerships, corporations, and sole proprietorships.
bopedia.com /en/wikipedia/b/bu/business.html   (201 words)

 How to Connect - MIT Sloan School of Management Corporate Connection
Research centers attract corporations that want to be at the head of the line when it comes to accessing fast-breaking knowledge that could have a vital impact on global business.
The leaders of many companies, small and multinational alike, believe it is essential to stay connected to the corporate leaders of the future.
View a list of corporate leaders who spoke at MIT Sloan during the fall 2005 semester.
mitsloan.mit.edu /corporate/o-main.php   (684 words)

 Global Exchange : "Most Wanted" Corporate Human Rights Violators of 2005
Corporations carry out some of the most horrific human rights abuses of modern times, but it is increasingly difficult to hold them to account.
Economic globalization and the rise of transnational corporate power have created a favorable climate for corporate human rights abusers, which are governed principally by the codes of supply and demand and show genuine loyalty only to their stockholders.
As the Center for Corporate Policy (www.corporatepolicy.org) notes, it is no coincidence that Lockheed VP Bruce Jackson—who helped draft the Republican foreign policy platform in 2000—is a key player at the Project for a New American Century, the intellectual incubator of the Iraq war.
www.globalexchange.org /getInvolved/corporateHRviolators.html   (5298 words)

 List of corporate leaders   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Here follows an annotated list of corporate leader s.
They are typically known for their leadership of businesses, usually large corporations.
French and Old French liste "strip, band; list, note", from Italian lista, from a Germanic source.
www.serebella.com /encyclopedia/article-List_of_corporate_leaders.html   (210 words)

 The American Lawyer - The A-List
Instead, we sought a list of core professional values-values that lawyers proclaim as their own-that we could assess objectively.
But it signals to clients which firms are the true leaders of the profession.
Instead, the list is a proxy for commitment and execution.
www.law.com /jsp/tal/PubArticleTAL.jsp?id=1090180366293   (1427 words)

 Learn more about List of corporate leaders in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Learn more about List of corporate leaders in the online encyclopedia.
Here follows an annotated list of corporate leaders.
If you click on related changes, you will see the list of all recent edits to this page as well as edits to all pages to which this page linkslist of corporate leaders
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /l/li/list_of_corporate_leaders.html   (206 words)

 Kennedy School Op-Ed: Barbara Kellerman: These Leaders Get the Respect They Deserve
The signs of change are everywhere — in the academy and in the boardroom, in the courts and in the streets, at home and abroad.
There is no good or obvious reason why, for example, Radovan Karadzic and Ratko Mladic — Bosnian Serb leaders charged a decade ago with "genocide, crimes against humanity, and violations of the laws or customs of war" — remain at large.
But information about all leaders who are in any serious way ineffective or immoral is disseminated more aggressively than ever before — and this in a global context in which the traditional respect for authority is on the decline.
www.ksg.harvard.edu /ksgnews/Features/opeds/041705_kellerman.htm   (1665 words)

 Politics1 - Guide to the Inactive 2004 Democratic Presidential Prospects
The early response from labor union leaders, however, was warm praise mixed with pleas for him to remain in the Senate instead of running for President.
Gephardt's role as leader of the House Democrats for eight years created a natural, nationwide network of supporters and provided him with visible platform from which to be heard.
For the same reason, party leaders are excluding him from the debates -- even though he qualified for federal matching funds and raised over $5 million as of fall 2003 (which placed him ahead of Clark, Kucinich, Braun, and Sharpton in the money hunt).
www.politics1.com /dems04.htm   (13615 words)

 Life Decisions International - CFP Frequently Asked Questions
It is impossible to honor requests for evidence that listed corporations have donated to Planned Parenthood as it involves many documents (including government forms), telephone calls, letters and other research.
Similarly, we cannot honor requests for the amount of funds donated by a corporation (the issue is the funding, not the amount).
Persons not residing in the country where listed corporations are based are urged to boycott products made by those companies if sold in their area.
www.fightpp.org /show.cfm?page=questions   (1209 words)

 The magazine for church business administrators and para church executives: The Church Report - The 50 most influential ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The 2005 survey was sent to 2,000 church leaders with the goal of ranking the nation’s fastest growing churches and churches with more than 2,000 weekend attendance.
It was listed in 1969 as having one of the nation’s 10 largest Sunday schools, but even then, the church had been in decline for more than two decades.
This top 50 list is full of churches that have helped change their cities and lead our nation against great obstacles.
www.thechurchreport.com /content/view/484/32   (1821 words)

 Genentech: About Us - Awards & Recognition
In surveying the companies that applied for this year's list, particular weight was given to three areas: flexible scheduling, the most critical benefit for working mothers; child-care options; and time off for new parents.
Companies were asked to provide actual data on their practices in three key areas: the number of African-American women employed in all positions at all levels, the amount of money spent with minority vendors, and the amount in contributions given to organizations of interest to African-American women.
D., was named to Barron's magazine's list of 30 "World's Best CEOs." The list of 30 top corporate leaders from around the world is based on an analysis of profit growth during a CEO's tenure, stock-price gains, leadership strength and industry stature.
www.gene.com /gene/about/corporate/awards/index.jsp   (1676 words)

 Fineman PR: PR Blunders
The list outlines the 10 most egregious public relations blunders committed during the course of the year and attempts to provide a lesson in each.
Each year, FINEMAN PR publishes its "Top 10 PR Blunders List" to give corporate leaders, organizations and managers an annual reminder of how critical good public relations can be.
Our PR Blunders list is disseminated annually over PR Newswire and copies may be obtained through that service.
www.finemanpr.com /blunders.html   (316 words)

 Life Decisions International - Corporate Funding (Boycott)
The Corporate Funding Project (CFP) is a program focusing on the education of corporate officials about the agendas of Planned Parenthood in an effort to convince them to deny support to this dangerous group.
A boycott of corporations that support this radical entity is advocated so those who care about life are not indirectly funding its deadly agenda.
LDI publishes a list of boycott targets that is updated twice per year.
www.fightpp.org /show.cfm?page=boycott   (145 words)

 Business - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The authoritative list of business types for North America (although it is widely used around the world) is generally considered to be the NAICS, or North American Industry Classification System.
The equivalent European Union list is the NACE.
Some common types include partnerships, corporations (also called limited liability companies), and sole proprietorships.
www.voyager.in /Business   (627 words)

 Forbes.com: U.S. business leaders pursue new year's wish list   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Despite the increased politicking and the expected shorter Congressional session, corporate interests are vowing to keep up the pressure on Republican majorities to enact a large agenda.
Corporate America's dream, a bill to limit class action lawsuits, is likely to come up in the Senate in February or March; a similar version has already passed the House.
Another item on the business community's wish list for 2004 is a new free trade pact with Central American countries, and it could produce a bruising congressional battle.
www.forbes.com /technology/futuretech/newswire/2004/01/11/rtr1206257.html   (851 words)

 The Bryan-College Station Eagle > Columnists > Ray Wilkerson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
I can’t fathom how much bogus money has been baked into corporate accounting books by people who only days and weeks ago were the respected captains — if not titans — of some of the most respected multinational corporations based in the United States.
Well, John and Jane were royally screwed by a growing list of corporate leaders who asked us to trust them.
Before I get tons of scathing e-mail and calls from corporate public relations folks, let me acknowledge that not all corporate leaders are corrupt.
www.theeagle.com /columnists/raywilkerson/081102raycolumn.htm   (542 words)

 MSN Money - The 5 most outrageously overpaid CEOs
Ultimately, we came up with a list of the five most overpaid bad chief executives, and another of the five most underpaid good execs.
Particularly irksome to Paul Hodgson, an analyst at the Corporate Library, an independent research firm that provides corporate governance analysis, was the bonus paid by Sanmina-SCI.
Sanmina-SCI's corporate governance is worse than 93% of other companies in the S&P 500 ($INX), according to Patrick McGurn, special counsel for Institutional Shareholder Services, which advises institutional investors on proxy voting and corporate governance issues.
moneycentral.msn.com /content/P125120.asp   (1545 words)

 Plan B Imprinting   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Gift-giving among leaders and their peers and subordinates is a tradition as old as civilization.
Today, corporate gifts are exchanged to promote good will among leaders of equal or similar status and to maintain morale and company loyalty among subordinates.
The following is a sample list of corporate gifts on which we imprint.
www.planbltd.com /corporate.shtml   (92 words)

 Corporate Yellow Book | Leadership Directories   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The Corporate Yellow Book is the nation’s leading directory of the people who manage and direct the largest and fastest-growing public and private companies in the United States.
All information in all listings in the Corporate Yellow Book is verified directly with each organization listed, making it the most accurate and reliable source of contact information for executives and staff at the leading U.S. companies.
The first lists all parent companies located in the U.S., including their subsidiaries, divisions and affiliates, alphabetically by state and by city within each state.
www.leadershipdirectories.com /cor.htm   (424 words)

 USATODAY.com - Intel's Grove named most influential business leader   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) — Andrew Grove, chairman of chipmaker Intel (INTC), is the most influential business leader of the last quarter century for his "unconventional thinking, imagination and integrity," according to a new book.
Other names on the list but not ranked include Microsoft (MSFT) Chairman Bill Gates, who headed the list of "fast learners"; Berkshire Hathaway (BRKA) CEO Warren Buffett, cited as "the conscience of Wall Street", and Wal-Mart (WMT) founder Sam Walton, who built the world's biggest company by selling large volumes at low margins.
Outside the ranks of America's corporate boardrooms, the list cited Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan, television talk show host Oprah Winfrey and Muhammad Yunus, founder of the Bangladesh-based Grameen Bank, which helps alleviate poverty in developing countries with low-interest "micro-loans" to small farmers and business people.
www.usatoday.com /money/companies/management/2004-11-16-leaders_x.htm   (411 words)

 American International Group Tops CalPERS Focus List Of Corporate Laggards
CalPERS’ Focus List is selected from the pension fund’s investments in more than 1,800 U.S. corporations, and is based on the companies’ long-term stock performance, corporate governance practices, and an economic value-added (EVA ®) evaluation.
Delphi and Weyerhaeuser made the list because of their poor response to multiple shareowner proposals that have been approved by shareowners but not implemented by their Boards.
CalPERS also put Delphi on the list because the company overstated cash flow from operations by $200 million in 2000 and pretax-income by $61 million in 2001, significant executive turnover, and is the focus of investigations by the Securities and Exchange Commission and FBI.
www.calpers.ca.gov /index.jsp?bc=/about/press/pr-2005/april/focus-list.xml   (846 words)

 information security and web site content management - Corporate Internet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Since 1995, Corporate Internet has offered clients a winning combination of superior technical ability, design and creative skills, and business analysis.
Our blue-chip client list includes worldwide corporate leaders such as JP Morgan, PricewaterhouseCoopers, Pfizer, Schroders, Panasonic, Royal and SunAlliance, Manpower, WorldCom, and some of the City’s largest accountancy and law firms (Norton Rose, Wilde Sapte, Chantrey-Vellacott).
Corporate Internet not only deploys state-of-the-art Web solutions, we also build the software that run them.
www.corporateinternet.com /corporate_internet.asp   (318 words)

 Center for Corporate Policy: Mission
Most prominent among BKSH's clients, however, is the Iraqi National Congress, whose leader Ahmed Chalabi was called the "George Washington of Iraq" by certain Pentagon neoconservatives before his fall from grace.
Antonio Taguba reported in an internal Army report that two CACI employees "were either directly or indirectly responsible" for abuses at the prison, including the use of dogs to threaten detainees and forced sexual abuse and other threats of violence.
In December Congressman Waxman (D-CA), announced that "a growing list of concern's about Halliburton's performance" on contracts that total $10.8 billion have led to multiple criminal investigations into overcharging and kickbacks.
www.corporatepolicy.org /topics/topten2004list.htm   (2908 words)

 Committee of Concerned Shareholders
The real problem with corporate governance is the lack of an effective procedure by which Directors can be held personally accountable for their actions, e.g., voted out of office and replaced by candidates nominated by Shareholders.
Corporate directors weren't in the habit of challenging management, certainly not on a board where the founding family had a majority of seats.
The fear, of course, is that corporate executives, who have oodles to gain from mergers, have too much say about the terms, structure and consummation of the transactions.
www.concernedshareholders.com   (9561 words)

 iqexpand.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
List of business theorists This is an annotated list of important business theorists.
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 MIT Sloan MBA Program - Industry Connection
To foster these connections, MIT Sloan has more than 200 corporate partners, companies with which the School has built long-term, multi-faceted relationships.
View a list of corporate leaders who spoke at MIT Sloan during the fall 2004 semester.
An internship in the summer between the first and second MBA years is an ideal way to explore an industry, build a relationship with a prospective employer, or simply hone your skills.
mitsloan.mit.edu /mba/program/industry.php   (333 words)

 EMC: News Release: EMC Ranked 16th On The Business Week 50 List Of Top Corporate Performers
EMC Corporation, the world's leading supplier of intelligent enterprise storage and retrieval technology, has been ranked 16th on the first-ever "BUSINESS WEEK 50" list of America's best-performing corporations.
In compiling the list, published in the March 24 issue, BUSINESS WEEK ranked all 500 companies of the Standard & Poor's 500 stock index.
EMC Corporation, based in Hopkinton, Massachusetts, is the world's leading supplier of intelligent enterprise storage and retrieval technology, designing systems for mainframe, open systems and midrange environments.
www.emc.com /news/press_releases/view.jsp?id=161   (387 words)

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