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Broken windows

Your top manager is mildly flawed.  Does that impact the stock’s value?

In a word, yes.

An Executive’s Misdeeds Often Prove to Be Costly,” … 102 more words

Risk

The Board Chair's Role and Work - A Challenge Indeed

I am devoting the next few blog postings to the role and work of board chairs. There are ample resources available on the topic, with many “job descriptions” for the board chair. 117 more words

Board Of Directors

How to Fix Nigeria

We live in a stratified world. The rich and the poor. The haves and the have-nots. These distinctions exist at both the global and state level. 1,575 more words

Nigeria

SharePoint and the Cloud – What you should know

When I first heard about the Cloud it was 2001 while working at HP Consulting. I worked with the Innovation Group with HP and we had partnered with a US Telco to provide online application services (AKA Application Service Provider). 551 more words

SharePoint

Legislated Change: OPPORTUNITYISNOWHERE for every registered non-profit organization in BC.

The word is just hitting the streets! In case you did not know the BC Society Act underwent an overhaul and the new and improved renovated Act received Royal Assent on May 14, 2015. 631 more words

Accountability

Statesmen and Politicians

The Education Bill announced today in the Queen’s Speech to parliament is first and foremost a politician’s Bill. It will probably lack the grandeur of spirit to be a Bill associated with a statesman – this word needs a gender free equivalent; suggestions please – as was say the 1944 Act or even the Education Reform Act of the Thatcher government that introduced the National Curriculum and local management of schools. 439 more words

Education

POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BAYELSA STATE -- THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE By Godfrey Pondei

POLITICS AND DEVELOPMENT OF BAYELSA STATE — THE PAST, PRESENT AND THE FUTURE By Godfrey Pondei


Created by the late General Sanni Abacha’s military government on Tuesday 1stOctober 1996, Bayelsa State is agreeably the capital and home of Nigeria’s fourth largest tribe – the Ijaws – also known sometimes as Izons. 2,179 more words

Governance