What is Great Leadership?

Great Leadership By Dan

Managers tend to govern over process, data, projects and products while leaders tend to utilize human capital to navigate these same areas and participate as part of the process. Good leadership begins with identifying key resources with competencies that meets the demands of a business’s vision and strategy. Connecting with these new resources is paramount to successfully leading and earning the trust and respect of these key company assets.

Why We Need to Update Financial Reporting for the Digital Era

Harvard Business

In our recent HBR article , we argued that financial statements fail to capture the value created by modern digital companies. and (ii) how can digital firms improve their financial reports to communicate sources of value creation in their businesses? Financial capital is assumed to be virtually unlimited, while certain types of human capital are in short supply. Business students are taught to value a company based on the discounted amounts of future cash flows or earnings.


The Big Trends Changing Community Development

Harvard Business Review

From the private sector, the trend is toward recognizing the business value of community progress. What began as charity-minded Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) programs have evolved into pursuits of “shared value.” And when companies collaborate, even further value can be created – a point I discussed in a previous post. Human resource managers in Australia will tell you that one of their greatest challenges is the recruitment and retention of high-quality staff.