The Return of the Finance Talent War
If an organization doesn’t have a model responsive to employees’ new expectations, current team members may leave for a firm that does.
McDonald’s Sets Goals to Expand Diversity Among Senior Leadership
The new emphasis on diversity comes as McDonald’s faces a public relations dilemma with a lawsuit by Herb Washington, a former Oakland A’s player.
Starbucks to Tie Executive Pay to Diversity Goals
Anti-bias content will be included in all hiring, development, and performance assessment processes.
Nasdaq Proposes Board Diversity Rule
If approved, most companies listed on the exchange would be required to have at least two diverse directors.
What CFOs Can Do About Diversity
Why is there such a shortage of diversity in the finance function, and what can a CFO do about it?
CFOs Must Embrace a Culture of Equality
Diversity among finance leaders is lacking: Only four of the Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. have an Asian, African American, or Black CFO.
Four Pillars of Successful Corporate Decision-Making
Here's how to shift the decision-making process from a misunderstood art toward a mainstream science.
Goldman’s Nod to Diversity Draws Some Criticism
Might the investment bank's new policy to avoid IPOs of companies without at least one diverse board member not be quite as good as it looks?
VC Industry Makes Slow Progress on Diversity
Despite their wide recognition for exerting a positive effect on business results, diversity and inclusion programs remain relatively rare among VC firms.
FLIR CFO Makes a Difference with a Lean Approach
Carol Lowe seeks efficiencies to generate cash for acquisitions, under a strategy to shift the mix of investments in organic and inorganic growth.
The Economic Case for Diversity
Let’s not just champion the morality of diversity. Let’s also champion diversity because it drives prosperity.