Business Savvy

Knowledgeable about how businesses operate; continually scans the environment for changing conditions and to understand competitors; applies best practices and proven management techniques to drive revenues and results.

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Highlights

Cybersecurity Seminar: Crucial Collaborations

January 18 - 19, 2018 |(New York, NY)

Enhancing your Cross-Functional Cyber Resilience

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Introducing the Connected Spenders: The Digital Consumer of the Future

November 14, 2017

Join us for this webcast as our guest speaker explains which consumers will lead the way—and how to capture growth from them—in the modern, digital economy. CPE credit available

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Nonprofit Board Leadership: A Team Approach

(Giving Thoughts Blog, October 2017)

Leadership succession planning for the position of chair is often a daunting exercise for nonprofit boards. Most nonprofits understand that the position is highly consequential for the strategic and financial success of the organization. Nonprofits will be stronger, however, if the chair is recognized as the leader of the board leadership team, rather than a soloist.

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Products & Services

Conferences/Events

Publications

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Webcasts

  • Window On The Tech Sector: Should We Tax the Robots?

    October 25, 2017

    Is there a risk that limited competition in the digital space discourages innovation? And can income inequality be solved with a tax on robots, a policy advocated by many influential figures in business? Join us as we discuss how business leaders can address these concerns and shape the future of digital transformation. CPE credit available

  • Introducing the Connected Spenders: The Digital Consumer of the Future

    November 14, 2017

    Join us for this webcast as our guest speaker explains which consumers will lead the way—and how to capture growth from them—in the modern, digital economy. CPE credit available

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Blogs

  • Nonprofit Board Leadership: A Team Approach

    (Giving Thoughts Blog, October 2017)

    Leadership succession planning for the position of chair is often a daunting exercise for nonprofit boards. Most nonprofits understand that the position is highly consequential for the strategic and financial success of the organization. Nonprofits will be stronger, however, if the chair is recognized as the leader of the board leadership team, rather than a soloist.
  • Innovating for a Better World: The Rise of Corporate Social Innovation

    (Giving Thoughts Blog, October 2017)

    In business circles, at conferences, and in management literature, it is now commonplace to hear that corporate social responsibility (CSR) is dead! This is surely so if this means CSR is only about philanthropy. But perhaps its death knell also reflects the view that CSR has been sidelined by efforts to give the firm a more noble purpose and connection to stakeholders (Conscious Capitalism) and to use corporate assets to create value for both the business and society (Shared Value).
  • Matching Gift Programs for Employees: No Small Change

    (Giving Thoughts Blog, October 2017)

    It’s in the interests of companies to encourage and support their employees who volunteer and make financial contributions to nonprofits. Employees who volunteer and contribute help their companies to advance important commitments to the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), from addressing hunger, poverty, gender equality, education, healthcare, and social injustice, to climate change, and sustainable cities and communities.

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