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Women on corporate boards

  I just saw this article about the impact of having women on boards: http://www.triplepundit.com/2013/07/women-on-boards-directors-increase-profits-sustainability/     Advertisements

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Students Rank Environmental Protection as Biggest Challenge

A recent piece in Poets & Quants discusses survey results presented at the Council on Business & Society. The survey asked current MBAs to rank the biggest societal challenges for businesses today. Environmental protection topped the list. Survey results were … Continue reading

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Parellel Session 3.3: Compensation & CEO Effectiveness

Moderator: Prof. Ernst Maug, University of Mannheim, Business School Speakers: Prof. Alexandra Niessen-Ruenzi , University of Mannheim, Business School; Mr. Michael de Fabiani, Board member and Chairman of Appointments, Remuneration and Governance  Committee, Vallourec   Prof. Niessen-Ruenzi started this session … Continue reading

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Governance and the Role of Government

Harsh discussions about corporate governance and the role of government have been increasing steadily from the last decade.  Regulations represent multidimensional trade-offs and sometimes even end up on opposite results, since risk aversion may cause reduction on informational efficiency and … Continue reading

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Plenary Panel No. 3 – CEO: Power and Accountability

Plenary Panel No. 3 – CEO: Power and Accountability Moderators: Prof Pino Audia, Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Prof. Ernst Maug, University of Mannheim Business School Speakers: Mr. Peter Solmssen, General Counsel, Siemens Mr. Gilles Pélisson, Former Chairman of … Continue reading

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Accountability and its Limits: The Story of Siemens

After yesterday where the conference focused on corporate governance, today we turned to the topic of leadership. To kick off the session on Accountability and its Limits, Professor Pino Audia of Tuck, noted that leadership is an important substitute as … Continue reading

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Interactive Session: Media & CEO Effectiveness

Kevin Tay and Marret Arfsten,  second-year students at the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, led an interactive session using the 2010 BP oil spill crisis as a case study for how the  media impacts CEO effectiveness .  By holding … Continue reading

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