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We need to equip Canada’s financial sector to steer us through a global economic transition on our own terms
Shari Hughson on our survival instinct and why Millennials are not the Problem Generation but the solution to our gravest challenges
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Taking a page from ethnographers, accounting researchers embed themselves in communities to learn the stories behind the numbers

Capital markets are penalizing firms that are slow to transition to a low-carbon economy. A credible way to measure carbon risk arrives just in time

The time for complacency is over. Here’s how to develop coherence, coordination, and a direction for innovative gains
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Beyond delivering innovative products, firms need to be more involved in delivering successful patient outcomes
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Souped-up supply chains and ghostly governance combine to victimize more than 40 million people
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They look like mission-focused champions who can balance stakeholder needs and stick to disciplined processes
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Global supply chains need better paper trails to deal with human rights abuses in conflict zones
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How an organization’s strategic orientation shapes its corporate social responsibility
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To reap the benefits of corporate social responsibility, a consistent strategy over at least five years trumps all
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In First Nations, Métis, or Inuit communities, independent auditors learn to “decouple” professional standards from on-the-ground practice
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A carefully crafted reminder notice, with simple language and a firm deadline, turns corporate lallygaggers into timely taxpayers
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Innovation is not immune to unconscious gender, ethnic, or other biases. With the dawn of AI, the need to make new products or processes inclusive is more urgent than ever

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