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Cultural institutions and the challenges of sustainability 12 January, 2012 During these challenging economic times, Michael Rosenzweig, president and CEO of the National Museum of American Jewish History, explains three methods cultural institutions should adopt in...

What Can the News of the World Teach Us About Privacy and Information Governance? 25 July, 2011 The News of the World, the UK's top-selling Sunday newspaper, printed its last issue on 10 July 2011. Its closure came following revelations of how it allegedly obtained personal...

Backbone of the Business 05 May, 2011 Pirelli Tyre CEO Francesco Gori explains why he views the supply chain as the 'backbone' of the business. ...

The Future's Electric 05 May, 2011 After losses of over €2bn in 2009, Dieter Zetsche guided Daimler to earnings of over €7bn the year after. Now the CEO has conquering China and the development of the 'car of the...

Shifting Strategy 05 May, 2011 To fully energise a company's supply chain, the function has to be about more than streamlining and savings. Unilever's Pier Luigi Sigismondi talks to Phin Foster about making the transition...

Switched On 05 May, 2011 This year, Whirlpool Corporation celebrates its 100th year in the household appliances business. Bracken Darrell, president of Whirlpool EMEA, talks to Rod James about its unique...

Ticking Time Bomb 04 May, 2011 Lack of clarity can cost CEOs more than productivity, competitive advantage and trust - it can cost them their jobs. Gary F Grates, president and global managing director of Edelman Change...

Bold Purpose 08 April, 2011 Customer experience experts Shaun Smith and Andy Milligan outline why boldness is key for...

Myths on Multitasking 23 March, 2011 Business academic Pat Brans assesses multitasking and its usefulness....

Why CEOs Must Embrace Social Media 18 February, 2011 Social media networks have become an important tool for businesses seeking to promote their products. Here, Tim Palmer argues the case for use of this phenomenon and warns against some of...

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