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The 1 Percent Rule: Why a Few People Get Most of the Rewards

Sometime in the late 1800s — nobody is quite sure exactly when — a man named Vilfredo Pareto was fussing about in his garden when he made a small but interesting discovery. Pareto noticed that a tiny

IBSO signed the UN open letter calling on academic institutions to incorporate human rights in management education

The Global Compact and the Secretariat of the UN Principles for Responsible Management Education have released an Open Letter calling on academic institutions to educate future managers and leaders on business and human rights. Endorsed by the

Your Education: What Degree Will Make You Rich [Infographic]

TOP Subjects of Study That Will Pay You Back Getting a college degree is a great investment in your future and the most common pathway to a better career. Figures keep showing that college graduates earn significantly

Climate change: the big myths that need to be exploded

The threat to our planet and the lives of billions of people – not to mention big business – has led to wild claims on both sides of the divide. Here are some facts THE EARTH IS

20 Signs It’s Time To Quit Your Job [infographic]

If you relate to most of these signs, it’s time to rethink about your current job. A bad job is like a bad partner, it drains the life from you bit by bit. But how do you

STEM education crucial for global youth

At the Microsoft Philanthropies Enabling Opportunities summit, policy-makers, educators, researchers and non-profit organizations gathered in Singapore to discuss the challenges, opportunities and ideas required around building an ecosystem to bring the benefits of technology to their local

Three myths of innovation

In a recent series of video interviews for The Refinery Leadership Partners I explored three common and damaging myths about innovation.   Myth 1 – Innovation is just about products With much of the world’s corporate and

A Quick Guide to the World History of Globalization

A Very Long-Term View The many meanings of the word “globalization” have accumulated very rapidly, and recently, and the verb, “globalize” is first attested by the Merriam Webster Dictionary in 1944. In considering the history of globalization,

How to make good things right and right things good

An interview with the author and a leading advocate for ethics and values in business Frank C. Bucaro about his new book The Trust Puzzle: How to Keep Your Company on the Ethical High Road. Thank you