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A Quadruple Bottom Line for Business

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Articles

The freedom to create a business and participate in a free-market global economy has been hard won over time and grants us, as businesspeople, both privilege and responsibility. We have the privilege to pursue our dreams and the responsibility to contribute in whatever way we can to help future generations do the same. The word privilege is derived from Latin, meaning “private law” and is […]

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Dynamic Steering

By Paul R. Scheele Ph.D. | Lead

Have you ever heard that an airplane is off-course most of the time? That’s partially true, and the reality of navigation and course correction can give leaders clues on how to achieve goals most efficiently. It is true that navigation to a destination is rarely a straight line. During the journey we must steer “dynamically” making […]

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