Archive | January, 2013

Listen again to NSFM & SIPC discussion on Long Term vs Short Term Investing

If you missed the webinar on 28th January with Roger L. Martin and Raj Thamotheram here’s the opportunity to listen again:      

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Reminder: Mon, 28th Jan – NSFM & SIPC present a discussion between Roger L. Martin and Raj Thamotheram on: “Long Term vs Short Term Investing”

Please send your questions in advance for Roger and Raj to sipc[at]jmsb.concordia.ca. We are seeking questions on Long term vs Short termism, or in general for either of them.  Monday, January 28th – 3pm EDT, 8pm GMT Roger L. Martin is the award-winning author of The Opposable Mind (2007), The Design of Business (2009) and Fixing the […]

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NSFM & SIPC present a discussion between Roger L. Martin and Raj Thamotheram on: “Long Term vs Short Term Investing”

Monday, January 28th – 3pm EDT, 8pm GMT . Roger L. Martin is the award-winning author of The Opposable Mind (2007), The Design of Business (2009) and Fixing the Game (2011) and frequent contributor to Harvard Business Review, Financial Times, BusinessWeek and other leading international publications. He has been named the 32nd top management thinker in […]

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12 Reasons to be Hopeful in 2013; NSFM Participant Ben Richardson looking for Speakers; ‘Scenarios for a Sustainable World’ class

Raj Thamotheram and fellow NSFM participant, Jack Gray, give us 12 Reasons to be Hopeful in 2013 in their recent piece for CSRwire. Outlining recent trends of positive deviant leadership they look at what the CSR/ESG community can contribute to 2013’s challenges and opportunities. **** NSFM participant Ben Richardson is looking to invite presenters for an international symposium […]

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Thank You to NSFM’s Founding Supporters

On behalf of NSFM I would like to take this opportunity to thank those individuals and organisations who very generously supported us over the last few months. Without their financial contributions the network would not have been able to employ a part-time member of staff, and begin the important work of scaling up after four years […]

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