On Culture: A Thought Leader’s Perspective

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How this Social Impact Expert Is Driving Equity & Diversity Efforts at Top Companies.

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Kirstyn Nimmo isn’t just an award-winning social impact expert and founder of GOOD WORX, a social innovation consultancy equipping brands to generate equity, act with accountability and shift culture toward equality.

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CPIs: The Small but Significant Indicators of Business Growth

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Beryllus Capital: Billionaire Hinduja Family Start Global Wealth-Advisory Firm For The World’s Ultra Rich

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NASDAQ:FOCS) (“Focus”) to launch Beryllus Capital, a multifamily office that will serve the world’s ultra-high-net-worth families. Beryllus Capital will have offices in London, Geneva, and Singapore.

The CFO tech pivot: embracing the right solutions to steer the course

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Why Online Discussions Matter and Effective Tips to Make Them Awesome

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Why Quants Should Manage Your Supply Chain Risk

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For instance, optionality reduction in procurement contracts that accept excessive risk cost, or uncalculated and possibly dangerous risk costs inherent in the basic supply chain design of a given company, such as the mandate of a low-cost model with no ready replacement in the case of a serious escalation in its risk profile. Many leading companies are already moving in this direction, adding finance PhD's and actuaries to procurement and supply chain teams.