Kristof, a columnist for The New York Times, is a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner whose columns appear twice a week. Equal in urgency and compassion to “Half the Sky,” the new book from Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn is even more ambitious in scale: a deep examination of people who are making the world a better place, and the myriad ways we can support them.
Kip Tindell reveals the culture secrets that led to the company’s success and that are applicable to any business. He fully embraces the tenets of Conscious Capitalism and the “Golden Rule” of business, where all stakeholders–employees, customers, vendors, shareholder, the community–are successful through a harmonic balance of win-wins.
It is a common perception that the Supreme Court is “objective,” but Erwin Chemerinsky, one of the country’s preeminent constitutional lawyers, argues that the Court is made up of fallible men and women who inevitably base decisions on their own biases and prejudices.
Judith Rodin has been president of The Rockefeller Foundation since 2005. During her tenure she has recalibrated its focus to meet the challenges and disruptions of the twenty-first century, to support and shape innovations that strengthen resilience and build more inclusive economies.