How CEOs Became Takers, Not Makers

By Steve Denning – The situation is one of fundamental institutional failure. CEOs are extracting value from their firms.

Business schools are teaching them how to do it.

Institutional shareholders are complicit in what the CEOs are doing.

Regulators do no more search for individual wrongdoers, usually those below the C-suite, while remaining blind to overall systemic failure.

In a great betrayal, the very leaders who should be fixing the system are complicit in malfeasance.

Unless our society reverses course, it is heading for a cataclysm. more>


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    A Business Ethics Moment

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