How does Satya Nadella’s dual posts in Microsoft measure up to CREAM-Ratings?

Microsoft Corp. named Chief Executive Officer Satya Nadella as board chairman. Satya would continue to be the CEO. Is there a conflict of interest, is there a conflict of personal interest or is there a conflict of conscience vis-à-vis the Corporate Atomic Structure? Visit creamratings.com and become CREAM Ratings Certified Professional, which addresses Project SEEDContinue reading “How does Satya Nadella’s dual posts in Microsoft measure up to CREAM-Ratings?”

If not now, when? If not you, then who?

Corporate Critical Density 1. What is the Energy force of your organization? The latest jargon around corporate offices is sustainability, isn’t it? What profits of yours are sustainable? What energy have you derived from your strategies, from your initiatives? Or what have you lost by interacting with the government, with the competition? What does aContinue reading “If not now, when? If not you, then who?”

#CSR the biggest and most dynamic corporate function of 21st Century

The school children meditate It was on Friday 8th April, 2011 that students of a primary school Satya Surabhi, situated at a village at

Harmonizing #CSR and #Sustainability

In a recent post by Aman Das in Vault.com on the topic The 2011 CSR Debate, Part 1: CSR Is an Evolution, Not a Revolution by Henk Campher http://bit.ly/heUhHI and on the same site another interesting post The 2011 CSR Debate, Part 2: It’s Sustainability, stupid! by Alberto Andreu,

Measuring Corporate Sustainability Leadership

UN Global Compact defines Corporate sustainability as a company’s delivery of long-term value in financial, social, environmental and ethical terms. It is about 10 years since it has brought out the 10 Principles covering four issue areas of the UN Global Compact – Human Rights, Labour, Environment, Anti-Corruption – but it endeavors to go beyondContinue reading “Measuring Corporate Sustainability Leadership”

Corporate Social Responsibility CSR 2.0

This is my comment submitted on the Article: CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future, by Alberto Andreu Pinillos, Global Director of Reputation, CSR, Brand and Sustainability, Telefnica SA., Thanks to Alberto for having sent me his paper titled CSR 2.0 Competitive Advantage for the Future that was originally presented by him at for theContinue reading “Corporate Social Responsibility CSR 2.0”

ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest

ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest Autocoder to ERP 1967 the year of 1401 with about three machines one at ESSO, one at BSES Santacruz, and a showcase IBM office at Ballard Estate in Mumbai, was a far cry from the statement in 1943 of Thomas Watson, IBM Chairman, “I think thereContinue reading “ERP is pas`se´, ERC – for GenNext – Governance@best.simplest”

Exposure Draft Hedge Accounting

Given below is the extract from IASB on Hedge Accounting inviting comments on the Exposure Draft before the same is released as a Standard. It is a good opportunity, possibly the last, to look at the corrective steps needed in this field that has played havoc to the detriment of World and US Economy. PleaseContinue reading “Exposure Draft Hedge Accounting”

HACCP of Governance

Announcing The Implementation of Chapter II Preventive Measures of United Nations Convention Against Corruption [UNCAC] for Organizations in Corporate & Government e Learning – Implementation – Assessment by IBCM

Budget for & Govern Cost Consequence

This is an extract from the book: Titled Inactivity Based Cost Management [IBCM]: Sub-titled: Measurement of Intangible: Governance, Ethical & Fiscal Responsibility and Accountability. This extract is on cost consequence and the readers shall note that there is no separate chapter on Cost Consequence in the book but finds its way to several chapters.