Taking stands for what you believe in is core to Sandberg's credo in her new book, Lean In. She urges women to "lean in" to their career and not hold back, as she feels that women have been conditioned to do.
The practice of risk management -- perhaps business management as a whole -- is too dependent on that which is quantifiable. Culture should not be delegated to the status of an amorphous add-on. It is front and center to the challenge of risk resilience.
I am proud the communications field has so many capable and innovative women in leadership roles. And I am challenged and inspired to use my own resilient dynamism to its maximum potential -- and to help the women around me use theirs.
Terry Mollner, one of the founders of the Calvert Foundation and credited for securing the mission of Ben and Jerry's in their sale to Unilever, was invited to attend some of the annual World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland.
As some of the most capable minds of the world convene to tackle this issue, the debate should drop its exclusive focus on efficiency and explore the possibility of an economy that is less efficient but more stable and resilient.
The Curiosity Rover is a fantastic example of research and development, a solar powered machine, designed to collect information from Martian soil, to establish whether or not there ever were or ever will be suitable conditions to harbor life in that planet.
Moral philosophers examine areas that modern-day domain experts too often ignore: human values, core beliefs and character. Here are 10 pointers from some of the thinkers who help us better understand the morality in our capitalist pursuits.
I was very fortunate to meet Nobel Peace Prize winner Mohammed Yunus at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013 in Davos. He challenged us to th...
Davos helps create, and then capture, the zeitgeist. It's where people come to listen to those who might just know more than they do -- and see what they find interesting and important. It's about making sense of what others make sense of. And this is no small matter.
One of the world's ways of changing is through us -- the people, and with our actions, we are choosing what I like to call our "task force" in this world.
It's OK to be unapologetically awesome.
Lets help make sure that every child, no matter his or her gender, is given the opportunity to unlock that potential.
Why is it so difficult to incorporate healthy lifestyle choices into the way we live? Although many of us know what the right choices are with regards to diet and exercise, many people find it challenging to adhere to healthier behaviors.
From a non-European's point of view, if one were to rely solely on the media reports, it would seem as if the eurozone is in imminent danger of breaking apart. Ministers and heads of state are frustrated, the public is tired of the word "austerity," and the "will they, won't they?"
This new Civil Society world will help restore trust in business and confidence in government. It will also let NGOs move from continuous campaigns towards common redelivery of civil commitments. We all have a stake. Now we must hold it.
Unknowingly, like a caffeinated slow drip, one enters the realm of Davos, becomes absorbed and ultimately engages with the process of ideas, dialogue, and more times than I thought possible, brilliance.