The Conference Board - The Americas The Conference Board - Founded in 1916 by a group of CEOs concerned about the impact of workplace issues on business, The Conference Board was originally located in Boston and moved to New York City four years later. We’ve operated at the intersection of business and society ever since.In Latin America, The Conference Board established a joint venture in Mexico in 1995 and produces that country’s Leading Economic Index. Over a dozen Councils – ranging from the Human Resources Council – Mexico to the Customer Experience and Globalization Leadership Councils – help senior executives from member companies in Latin America to share best practices and develop approaches to the most challenging issues of the day. In addition, The Conference Board Review magazine regularly features articles of interest to Latin American business executives. en-us Wed, 22 Oct 2014 12:10:12 UTC Copyright©2014 - The Conference Board, Inc. All rights reserved. The Conference Board torch and logo are registered trademarks of The Conference Board, Inc.


Giving in Numbers: 2014 Edition <p>An in-depth analysis of 2013 corporate giving Tue, 21 Oct 2014 UTC The Long Soft Fall in Chinese Growth: White Paper <p>Presented here with thorough detail and Fri, 17 Oct 2014 UTC Taming the Change Tiger: Transforming Chaos and Uncertainty into Opportunity <p>Organizations need to change the way they Thu, 16 Oct 2014 UTC The Long Soft Fall in China's Economic Growth <p>Is the China slowdown over? Many analysts think China has had a &ldquo;soft landing&rdquo; that will yield about 8 percent annual growth for the next decade. The Conference Board disagrees. Absent reforms that resolve China&rsquo;s productivity and debt challenges, we expect a &ldquo;soft fall&rdquo; to growth of about 3 percent, including Wed, 22 Oct 2014 UTC A Case Study from New Balance: Designing Opportunity with Our Values <p>Are your employees proud to work for you? The answer often lies in their understanding of your company&rsquo;s purpose&mdash;one beyond improving the bottom line. At New Balance, for example, 97 percent of the organization&rsquo;s associates say they are proud to be part of the company and wish to remain with it. How did the footwear giant Thu, 23 Oct 2014 UTC