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Former U.S. Four-Star General Stanley McChrystal Offers Leadership Tips in the Age of Disruption

By Chris Walsh On July 31, retired U.S. four-star General Stanley McChrystal appeared at a “virtual happy hour” where he shared vital leadership ideas about the importance of engagement, adaptability, and communication as organizations around the world grapple with the disrupting impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. General McChrystal, best known for his role as Commander… Read more

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People in need have long memories – the case for stakeholder primacy

We are living in the midst of the world’s largest test of corporate purpose. The COVID-19 virus has been a wake-up call that reveals the consequences of our constant pursuit of ever-cheaper products and services, global just-in-time supply chains, share buybacks and cutting CAPEX to reward short-term shareholder dividends that are deemed to be added-value. … Read more

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Bloomberg TV Profiles AWEC with Y2 member Colette Ndi and board member Shelly Lazarus

Shelly Lazarus, chairman emeritus of Ogilvy and a board member of the Center for Global Enterprise, and Colette Ndi, founder and chief executive officer of Starline Group, talk about female entrepreneurship in Africa. Ndi was selected for the African Women Entrepreneurship Cooperative, a leadership and business management capacity building program created at the Center for… Read more

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Cyber Readiness Institute to Co-Sponsor The Wall Street Journal Pro Cybersecurity Symposium

The Wall Street Journal Cybersecurity Symposium is an immersive two-day event for professionals responsible for navigating cybersecurity threats and risks. Partnering with the Cyber Readiness Institute (CRI) and FBI-affiliated InfraGard, the WSJ Cybersecurity Symposium will provide a comprehensive program on how companies can minimize cyber risk and protect their critical data assets. Registration includes… Read more

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Small businesses main focus of new cybersecurity rules

Small businesses are increasingly being targeted digitally by nation states, according to Department of Defense officials, who say more must be done specifically to evaluate and reinforce the security of contractors battling cyberattacks. “We’re losing,” said Katie Arrington, special assistant to the assistant secretary of defense for acquisition for cyber within the office of the… Read more

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New Research Released on Blockchain and EU Privacy Law Compliance

The Center for Global Enterprise (CGE), a non-profit research institution and leading international law firms Slaughter and May and Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP, today released research that provides a framework for creating Blockchain solutions that comply with European Union privacy law. March of the Blocks: GDPR and the Blockchain  is a joint law firm report, commissioned by CGE, which evaluates the challenges… Read more