Ready or Risky? Assessing Organizational Preparedness for Political Polarization

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Organizations can mitigate workplace threats from political and social pressures by thinking ahead. Is your organization prepared to face politically charged problems in the workplace as we enter the 2024 election cycle, or does it remain…

Rethinking Ethics: A Vision for a New Framework Aligned with Human Nature

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Ethics may be best advanced by adapting to, rather than trying to change, human nature. As we reported in our September Newsletter, fraud allegations have been raised against one of Ethical Systems’ past collaborators, Francisca Gino.…

How the Sustainability Function in Corporations is Transforming

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In July 2023, our Executive Director Alison Taylor participated on a panel in London, hosted by Salesforce, on how the sustainability function in corporations is transforming.

Leaders, Know What You Value If You Want To Have Impact

It is said that a leader’s effectiveness comes down to their behavior. But what leaders value can be as important. After all, behavior is often a means to an end.

Liberal Activists In The US Need To Reclaim The American Flag

The flag is an important symbol of patriotism, a visual expression of pride in the ideals of what one’s country should represent. On the left, those feelings are in short supply in the United States, especially among younger liberals.

Why Companies Need To Defend Their Diversity Policies

While the Supreme Court’s rejection of affirmative action last month in Students for Fair Admissions v. Harvard was focused on admissions in higher education, conservative activists are already mobilizing to extend their victory into the business world.

Chobani CEO Hamdi Ulukaya’s “Anti-CEO Playbook”

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In this episode of Re:Thinking with Adam Grant, Adam speaks with Hamdi Ulukaya, CEO of Chobani, an American yogurt company.

Why the PGA Tour Should Not Help Distract from Saudi Arabia’s Human Rights Abuses

The PGA Tour has handed over the keys to its kingdom, in this instance to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Why Modern America Creates Fragile Children

In this video produced by Big Think, Jonathan Haidt argues that Gen-Z is more fragile and sensitive to conflict, insults, and exclusion, making them less adept at solving problems on their own.