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Time to stop following defunct economic policies

By Anatole Kaletsky – Can economists contribute anything useful to our understanding of politics, business and finance in the real world?

The “old ideas that have been proved wrong,” including inflation targets, self-stabilizing markets, and rigid separation of monetary and fiscal policy, remain dominant where they are most dangerous — in the macroeconomic analysis of finance ministries and central banks. 21 more words


TIMS, F*CK the Poor and the Messed Up Way We Selfishly Help

I love this satire on the way we look at missions and relief work. It’s so easy for us to look at the world through our consumeristic western eyes. 396 more words


A Man With a Mission: Kurt Senske

Kurt Senske has been the Chief Executive Officer of Lutheran Social Services for nineteen years.  During his time there he managed to not only rescue the agency from financial troubles but triple its size as well.  1,111 more words


Parker Principle: Be Authentic and True

Delivering on your word is hard when you have so many pressures – whether corporate, societal or personal.    What are the consequences of behaviors that give in to those pressures?    602 more words

Business Advice

Teaming up to leave a legacy.. but not yours!

What if you were given a job, an opportunity or a gift? What would you do? Would you react immediately and take it? Would you think about it for a few minutes then decide? 320 more words

Form 110 is coming...

The Form 110 due date is quickly approaching: May 15 for our semester schools and June 15 for our quarter schools.

Make sure to fill out the optional essays as well if you want to see your Chapter win an award at this year’s Annual Banquet & Awards Presentation during the… 325 more words