the ceo magazine, company culture,

When people talk about the inner contradictions of an organization, they frequently refer to “culture,” that omnipresent word that describes all pleasant and unpleasant by-products of decisions. But they seldom identify the real problem—the decisions that create the traps. Here are ten examples of how that happens:

the ceo magazine, human rights
Howard Dorman, Partner, CPA, WeiserMazars LLP

How do CEOs and other C-level executives of large international companies view human rights? According to a recent survey conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit, sponsored by nongovernment organizations (NGOs) and several companies including WeiserMazars LLP, 83% of executives believe that human rights is not only a central theme at the government level, but also a major focus for businesses as well. 44% stated that a CEO is most likely to take the leading role in managing human rights issues and embedding a culture of respect for those rights within an organization.

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Grant Cardone, Founder, Whatever It Takes Network

How is your company culture affecting your profits and sales? Culture is defined as, “a way of thinking, behaving, or working that exists in a place or organization (such as a business).” People used to work from sun up to sun down and had to hunt for their own food. Over the years work ethic has decreased and today people may not work at all in a day while they expect the government to pay for their food.



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