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The Dilemma of Ethics and Cultural Diversity

Ethics and diversity are two major dynamics that influence the environment of modern organizations. Diversity is present when there is a mixture of differences in age, religion, culture, gender, ethnicity, education and more amongst a group of people within the same environment.

3 Quality Management Terms You Need to Know

Understanding the differences of these key quality management elements helps you more clearly communicate the status of your project with team members. When you know and document these terms accurately in your project plan, you’ll all be on the same page.

Developing Your Leadership Principles

One of my graduate students recently asked about my principles for effective, successful leadership. I had to think about this and reflect. What seemed like a simple task became an exercise in putting together a list of what I’ve learned over the past 30 years of my career. Any leadership list starts with defining your values as a leader and compiling lessons learned from valuable experience.

Are Businesses Profiting at the Expense of Society?

On February 14, 2013, Dr. Ingo Böbel spoke as part of the CTU Distinguished Lecturer Series. A published author and scholar, Dr. Böbel has had a profound impact on industrial organization research and shared his insight into the economic theory of creating shared value, also known as CSV. Here are a few of the key takeaways from his lecture.

Six Reasons Businesses Go Global

In August 2012, we launched Colorado Technical University’s new Distinguished Lecturer Series with Amy Powell, Director of Operations for Starbucks Coffee Co. The CTU Distinguished Lecturer Series continued on February 21 with Dr. Marika Taishoff, Director of MBA programs at the International University of Monaco, who offered her insight on Going Global.

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