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CEOs With Daughters Are More Socially Responsible

A joint team from the University of Miami and the China Europe International Business School compared the corporate social responsibility (CSR) performance of the Standard & Poor’s 500 companies with information on the family profile of their CEOs.

CEOs Should Embrace Twitter

This is the conclusion of a study carried out by a team from the Universities of Illinois and Washington.

Emotions Play A Decisive Role In CEO’s Exercise Of Power

In his book “Only The Paranoid Survive” (review coming soon on Superception), former Intel boss Andy Grove, one of the most respected CEOs in the U.S. corporate history, discusses the role of emotions in the decision-making process of business leaders.

The Starbucks Theorem

The Seattle brand focuses as much on the quality of the human relationship as it does on the excellence of the coffee it serves.

2012 In Review

For this last post of the year, I take a look back at your favorite Superception articles of 2012 – measured by how many visits each received – and mine.

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