Culture, we all know, eats strategy for breakfast. And yet, leaders often focus on the tangible, more measurable elements of their strategy they can comfortably see better—ignoring the softer, less visible aspects that make organizations truly healthy.
MIKE LOPRESTI: For Carmel High School, sports dynasty hits milestone
Last week, the Carmel boys golf team rolled to another championship by 17 strokes. It was the seventh state title of the school year for the giant school from the suburban beehive, whose population is now past 90,000.Read More
$50M HHGregg suit attacks insiders for accepting customer deposits to very end
The suit charges that accepting the deposits at a time HHGregg’s tailspin cast doubt on its ability to provide the merchandise saddled the company “with tens of millions of dollars in unwarranted and unnecessary liabilities and recklessly caused the permanent destruction of the company’s value as a going concern.”Read More
MIKE LOPRESTI: Something to be thankful for: the all-but-anonymous Colts O-line
Andrew Luck’s unsung heroes play big role in recent win streak.Read More
In the first year of his second term, the mayor has an opportunity to make rebuilding downtown in a way that’s economically inclusive his signature achievement in office.
Creating new businesses and expanding opportunities for existing Black-owned businesses are key ways to invest in the Black community and help us fight for racial equality.
In today’s highly polarized America, an individual’s self-identification as Republican or Democrat has come to signify a wide range of attitudes and beliefs not necessarily limited to support for a political party. Affiliation with a political party has made Americans’ increasingly tribal social identities most predictive—and most consequential.
As a lawyer and law professor, I believe I can contribute by using both my legal skills and my public role as incoming dean of the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law.
The argument that small businesses should be protected from the burdens of paying livable wages does not consider the burdens low wages put on individuals (of color) who are left struggling to navigate the insufficient, overly complex and stigmatized social safety net.
It can be tough to break through our shell and show vulnerability, but the initial investment pays dividends.
You have massive opportunity right now to start and grow a business if you assess market trends and respond accordingly.
We all see color, we all are prejudiced, and we all are complicit. We do not need white saviors telling us how to end racism, but we do need their help.
we must dramatically reimagine and reconstruct policing. The Justice in Policing Act, introduced this month in Congress, is a good start.
As black people progress in society and climb new heights in media, business and more, it brings a false sense of accomplishment that the work is done. Far from it.