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Is Ethics Winning in Business? Chart Points to That Trend

Is Ethics Winning in Business? Chart Points to That Trend | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Foreign bribery and the enforcement of laws against it remain acute concerns for companies but could this increased attention be resulting in more ethical behavior?
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In Business and Love, Emotional Intelligence Rules

In Business and Love, Emotional Intelligence Rules | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Focusing on the long term, keeping your feelings in check and rooting out negative influences can lead to success.
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Why Incentives Don't Actually Motivate People To Do Better Work - Business insider

Why Incentives Don't Actually Motivate People To Do Better Work - Business insider | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Richmond Marathon/Facebook You would think that rewarding people for being good at their jobs would make them better at them. But social science shows that
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This Group Wants Companies to Take Clowning Seriously

This Group Wants Companies to Take Clowning Seriously | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
To help develop clowning for corporate clients that need better employee engagement, Skoyz Wellness turned to Fuqua School of Business
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Is strategy dead? | Opinion | Marketing Week

Is strategy dead? | Opinion | Marketing Week | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Every book I have read in the past month has cast doubt on the utility of that thing we call ‘strategy’.
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Five Forces Transforming The Banking Industry

Five Forces Transforming The Banking Industry | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Another major force shaping the ongoing transformation of the global banking industry is changing customer expectations.
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Author and leadership expert, Simon Sinek on why good leaders always eat last

Author and leadership expert,  Simon Sinek on why good leaders always eat last | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Author and leadership expert Simon Sinek discusses how to be a good leader in today's society
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Leaders and managers are considered to be two different roles but when reading this article it made me rethink everything a manger was because the characteristics that Simon Sinek listed for a leader sound the same as a manager. When thinking of a leader though I think of someone who doesn't have much authority and easier to relate to as well. Managers look out for the company as a whole but leaders strive to enhance the environment around them. When you have a leader in your company you not only cause employees to work more but also to work harder and strive for the company on behalf of the owner. Leaders build trust and cooperation in a company.
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How To Fix Your Lame Company Culture

How To Fix Your Lame Company Culture | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Culture isn't something you can dictate. Here's how to shift the way your company thinks about culture to get everyone engaged.
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Six things that will demoralise staff

Six things that will demoralise staff | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
If you want your staff to take a go-slow approach, follow these steps.
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Facebook unveils Hack, a faster programming language to power the social network

Facebook unveils Hack, a faster programming language to power the social network | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Facebook streamlined PHP, made it better, and that Hack was now the official language running the site used by 1.2 billion users.
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Keeping Calm When You're On The Clock

Keeping Calm When You're On The Clock | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
When you're feeling a lack of control, a focus on something you do have control over, however small, can break that negative feedback loop....
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Five Forces Transforming The Banking Industry

Five Forces Transforming The Banking Industry | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Another major force shaping the ongoing transformation of the global banking industry is changing customer expectations.
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Management Theories & Concepts at the Workplace

Management Theories & Concepts at the Workplace | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
Management theories are implemented to help increase organizational productivity and service quality. Not many managers use a singular theory or concept when implementing strategies in the workplace: ...
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I enjoyed reading this article because it explains different management styles like the different theories used. There isn't one type of theory that fits all businesses and managers that understand this can create a great working environment for employees becuase they can find a way to motivate employees. Motivating employees increases productivity and might even decrease costs within a business. I had never heard of the chaos theory but it was interesting to learn about because no matter how prepared you may think you are things can change instantly without your control.

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Is China's CIC Going To Mirror Yale Endowment? New Management May Be The Key

Is China's CIC Going To Mirror Yale Endowment? New Management May Be The Key | Management of Organizations | Scoop.it
A changing of the guard at the top of the China Investment Corporation, the $575 billion Chinese sovereign wealth fund, may take it closer to resembling its newfound role model: Yale Endowment.
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Gao Xiqing, the president of CIC (China Investment Corportation) and also one of its founders is stepping down and entering retirement giving the company a chance to create a new management.Li Keping was recruited in 2011 and is to be named Gao Xiqing's replacement. The two saw investment strategies very similarly. In 2012, CIC decided to move to a new allocation model, endowment model, which basically involves heavy use of alternative assets and particular private equity. With the increase in focus on infrastructure, agriculture, and other assets, CIC was able to generate steady returns and develop a  new model for investment in private equity.

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