Monthly Archives: April 2013

CHOC Children’s: Nurture, advance and protect the health and well-being of children.

Children’s Hospital of Orange County (CHOC) just unveiled its beautiful new tower on their campus in Orange, California.  The $550 million, 425,000 square foot building is seven stories tall.  It contains patient rooms, advanced operating rooms, laboratory, pathology and imaging … Continue reading

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Employment Sustainability: 2013 Roundtable on Employment and Technology

This past February, a colleague, formerly with The Conference Board, told me of an interesting project she was working on for Cornell University’s ILR School.  They had been asked to look at “where have all the jobs gone?” And more … Continue reading

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Global Reporting Initiative: North-American G4 Campaign Kick-off

“The Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) is a non-profit organization that promotes economic, environmental and social sustainability. GRI provides all companies and organizations with a comprehensive sustainability reporting framework that is widely used around the world.”  This is how they describe … Continue reading

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Corporate Philanthropy: Evolving The Narrative. Leadership Imperative. Our Path Forward.

Three simple, but important concepts discussed in this morning’s Corporate Pre conference Forum at the Council on Foundation’s annual conference.  Or as my friend, colleague and recently retired IBM executive, Ann Cramer, said, “Stewarding our resources for the betterment of … Continue reading

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