This section contains further reading which will enable your discussion of individual points of view.
The following are the values of the U.S. Army, as published on their website on June 1, 2018 Loyalty Bear true faith and allegiance to the U.S. Constitution, the Army, your unit and other Soldiers. Bearing true faith and allegiance is a matter of believing in and devoting yourself to something or someone. A loyal … Continue reading Values – U.S. Army
Society’s trust in corporate leadership and political leadership is low. Only 15% of Americans aged 18-29 believe “things in the nation are headed in the right direction”. Only 1 country of 38 countries surveyed had a majority of people believing that representative democracy was the only way to govern a country. Only 44% of Canadians … Continue reading Society’s trust in corporate leadership and political leadership is low.
You are in Ontario, Canada and looking for information about governance. Where do you go? The attached document provides a partial list of (mostly) non-profit governance organizations. I exclude most for-profit organizations such as lawyers, accountants, etc. The type of governance I focus on is the board of directors of a corporation and its relationship … Continue reading How do you find governance information?
Overview A value proposition is the customers perception of value. The value proposition = (All the customer achieved benefits) / (All the customer incurred costs) You need to understand both the customer and the competition. Your growth and survival in the marketplace requires helping your customers achieve a compelling value proposition. A value proposition is … Continue reading What is a value proposition?
Survey – what is the role of advisory boards? I did a survey of people on my LinkedIn network who are on an advisory board or a CEO with an advisory board. This survey was done because I was appointed chair of an advisory board and wanted to learn from others. If you are an … Continue reading Survey – What is the role of advisory boards?