Does an Aspirational City Matter for Business?

The Wall Street Journal’s recent report on leadership described the takeaways of the 2018 Management Top 250, a guide to the most effectively managed companies based on the principles of Peter Drucker, the father of modern business philosophy and practice. The researchers at the highly regarded Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker Institute conducted the study and compiled the results.

Financial Advisory Firm CEO Says CSR Starts at the Top

The Wall Street Journal’s recent report on leadership described the takeaways of the 2018 Management Top 250, a guide to the most effectively managed companies based on the principles of Peter Drucker, the father of modern business philosophy and practice. The researchers at the highly regarded Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker Institute conducted the study and compiled the results.

Corporate Social Responsibility Now Recognized as One of 5 Key Components of Best Run Companies

The Wall Street Journal’s recent report on leadership described the takeaways of the 2018 Management Top 250, a guide to the most effectively managed companies based on the principles of Peter Drucker, the father of modern business philosophy and practice. The researchers at the highly regarded Claremont Graduate University’s Drucker Institute conducted the study and compiled the results.

Why Business/ Nonprofit Partnerships Produce Big Win – Wins for Businesses and the Community

Probably the most Important component of Corporate Social Responsibility is business / nonprofit cooperative partnerships that benefit a community. Businesses vitally need healthy growing communities to expand. Nonprofits play an extraordinary role in making communities more attractive to live in, because all successful nonprofits bring a needed problem-solving mission to some aspect that improves the quality of life and draws talent to live there. In a real sense, those missions are the lifeblood of a community which greatly impacts the opportunity for business success in the region.

“I Don’t Choose the Causes I Support; They Choose Me.” How the President of a Top Engineering Company Turned His Business Acumen into a 20-Year CSR Career

In a room packed with CEOs from across the region last Thursday, Ed Satell took the podium and began his opening remarks with a historical anecdote: “In the first year of President Kennedy’s term in 1961, he invited a group of the country’s most talented professionals to have dinner together at the White House. President Kennedy observed, ‘This may be the greatest collection of minds ever to have assembled for dinner at the White House...except for when Thomas Jefferson dined here alone.’ On a similar note, gathered here this morning might be the most talented group of CEOs to ever have …

5 Unique Membership Benefits of the Satell Institute; Top Business Leaders Convene at the October 2018 CEO Conference

In a room packed with CEOs from across the region last Thursday, Ed Satell took the podium and began his opening remarks with a historical anecdote: “In the first year of President Kennedy’s term in 1961, he invited a group of the country’s most talented professionals to have dinner together at the White House. President Kennedy observed, ‘This may be the greatest collection of minds ever to have assembled for dinner at the White House...except for when Thomas Jefferson dined here alone.’ On a similar note, gathered here this morning might be the most talented group of CEOs to ever have …

President of the Number 1 Small Think Tank in the World Explains the Evolution of the Satell Institute, CSR & Its Importance

Alan Luxenberg is President of the Foreign Policy Research Institute (FPRI), a think tank devoted to bringing the insights of scholarship to bear on the development of policies that advance U.S. national interests. Think tanks like the FPRI are crucial for establishing an informed citizenry in our country, and the concept for the Satell Institute was derived from the mixture of a think tank’s capacity to educate and Ed Satell’s own vision of promoting action – i.e. a “do” tank. We spoke with Alan about this genesis and how the Satell Institute has evolved over the years.

CEO of Nonprofit Believes in Supporting CSR Because “Institutions Don’t Have Needs; People Have Needs”

Doug Tieman, A FOUNDING BOARD MEMBER OF THE SATELL INSTITUTE, is the President & CEO of the Caron Foundation, a nonprofit organization that operates drug and alcohol residential treatment centers. He’s also a bestselling author whose book “Flying Over The Pigpen: Leadership Lessons From Growing Up On The Farm” won praise from business leaders across the world and landed him on major newsprograms and talk shows. The organization he’s headed since 1995 raises more money for substance abuse research, training and innovation to help those with addiction issues than any other similar nonprofit in the country – $15 million …

DuPont Executive (and Satell Institute Board Member) Views CSR as a Way to “Systemically Raise All of the People Up”

Henri Moore is a busy woman. She is Global Leader of the Center of Philanthropy and Education at DuPont, the Wilmington-based global leader in Agriculture, Materials Science and Specialty Products. Her title alone can hardly be said in one breath, let alone her responsibilities within the company. We had the opportunity to speak with Henri about DuPont’s commitment to corporate social responsibility (CSR) and how that translates locally and across the world.

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