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Video provided by Newsy Newslook The "Tang" of alcohol may arrive soon in a store near you. The Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved a new product Wednesday called Palcohol. What's the news in April? Ricardo Semler: What Happens When You Run a Company With (Almost) No Rules? SEC Rule Would Link Executive Pay To Performance. The Securities and Exchange Commission voted 3-2 today to propose a rule to link the pay of top corporate executives to their companies' financial performance.
NPR's Jim Zarroli, reporting on All Things Considered, says: "The rule grew out of the 2010 Dodd-Frank financial overhaul bill. And it simply says that companies have to disclose whether executive pay is in line with their financial performance. "This information is already available for people who want to pore through financial reports. The new law would simply require companies to put it in a form that's easier for shareholders to digest. " But, he adds, it's unclear what impact the new rule will have on corporate pay. SEC Rule Would Link Executive Pay To Performance. Why Emotional Learning May Be As Important As The ABCs : NPR Ed. Start With Why. Chipotle Investor Relations - Annual Reports. Chipotle is now delivering our proxy materials electronically over the Internet.
The Five Forces - Institute For Strategy And Competitiveness - Harvard Business School. The Five Forces is a framework for understanding the competitive forces at work in an industry, and which drive the way economic value is divided among industry actors.
First described by Michael Porter in his classic 1979 Harvard Business Review article, Porter’s insights started a revolution in the strategy field and continue to shape business practice and academic thinking today. A Five Forces analysis can help companies assess industry attractiveness, how trends will affect industry competition, which industries a company should compete in—and how companies can position themselves for success. Threat of New Entrants The threat of new entrants into an industry can force current players to keep prices down and spend more to retain customers.
Actually, entry brings new capacity and pressure on prices and costs. The threat of entry also depends on the capabilities of the likely potential entrants. Hbr-shape-strategy.pdf. How Competitive Forces Shape Strategy - Article. Chipotle: Fast Food with 'Integrity' - Businessweek. Randal Mcbride First lieutenant Army 411 Platoon.
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West Coast Ports Dispute Caused Collateral Damage, Labor Secretary Says. Antonio A., Martin K. The Chronicle of Philanthropy - Connecting the nonprofit world with news, jobs, and ideas. MacArthur Honors 9 Nonprofits for Their Creativity - Foundations. By Suzanne Perry When advocates, lawyers, journalists, or others want to investigate the influence of campaign finance on public policy, they often turn to a nonprofit with a massive database: the National Institute on Money in State Politics.
The institute's website, FollowTheMoney.org, offers the public access to an archive covering $52-billion in contributions to political candidates in every state over several decades. Next week the group plans to unveil a new tool that will make it even easier to connect the dots, allowing people to see who has contributed to members of state legislative committees and sponsors of legislation. Edwin Bender, the executive director, says that will further the institute's goal of providing context so the public can hold lawmakers accountable—and at the same time recognize those who "are doing the right thing. " JPMorgan Chase Pledges $10-Million to Study Its Philanthropic Impact. By Alex Daniels JPMorgan Chase & Company is spending $10-million to answer a big question: Is its corporate giving making a difference?
The financial-services giant expects to commit $1-billion to philanthropy over the next five years and will pay the Urban Institute $10-million during that time to measure efforts that include a $250-million job-skills development program and a $100-million project to help revitalize the City of Detroit. Nonprofits and Government Agencies React to Obama's Proposed Budget. Nonprofit organizations and grant-making government agencies had a mix of praise and criticism for a nearly $4-trillion budget package for fiscal year 2016 that was formally released by the White House on Monday.
Many of the key line items were made public last month, with President Obama crisscrossing the country to plug proposals including two years of free community college, state paid-leave, and a higher estate tax. A major point of contention for charity leaders is the President’s call to cap the value of all itemized deductions at 28 percent for individuals earning more than $200,000 and couples earning more than $250,000. Very little of the proposed budget will remain intact through negotiations—Republican members of Congress began tearing it apart before it even hit their desks. Below is a roundup of proposed funding levels and reaction from charity and government officials: New Project Will Identify and Share Best Nonprofit Management Tactics.
For nonprofit organizations to realize their potential for social impact, they need more than a good program and ambitious leaders to expand it.
They need good managers who adopt approaches that make the most of opportunities, anticipate threats, develop talent, and produce strong results. Fortunately, many management tools and tactics exist to help leaders make good, informed decisions to these ends. The challenge is to understand what tool can help deal with a given problem, how it’s best applied, and, most critical of all, which ones have most often led to positive results. Twenty years ago, the global management consultancy Bain & Company created a survey titled "Management Tools & Trends.
" It led to what has become a biannual consumer report offering guidance to corporate leaders on the best approaches for their organizations. The Contingency Theory of Decision Making. Behavioral Management Theory: Understanding Employee Behavior & Motivation - Video & Lesson Transcript. 5 Things The Best Managers Do And Don't Do.