Boeing falls short

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Since the early late 1990s, shareholder value maximization or short-termism has been infecting businesses, hollowing out globally respected companies and sending out shockwaves into employees, suppliers and stakeholders at large.

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Softly Killing Themselves

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As a student of corporate longevity and value creation, I am on the lookout for trends in lifespan of corporations. Other than the landmark...

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What Ails the Almighty Brand?

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Through out my years in market research, brand valuation and leadership consulting, I have often wondered how strong brands (by all...

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The Need for Singularity in Management

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Over the years, I realized with some hesitation for the fear of falling out with one’s...

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‘Value’ is not ‘Money’

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Over the past few days, I have been in long animated discussions with business owners and directors with a wide variety...

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The Father of Purpose

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Matters which concern corporate longevity and value sustenance have long drawn my attention. When I decided to move on from my...

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What Hillary Clinton, the Bank of England and SEC share in common

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If you are wondering about the title, let me cut to the chase. Hillary Clinton, the Democratic contender for US presidential elections,...

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