What’s the SEC up to these days? Making sure there’s no broken windows! Where did this inspiration and concept come from? In 1982, it was introduced by James Wilson & George Keling in an article titled “Broken Windows” but almost 10 years later in 1993, Republican Rudy Giuliani used this strategy to clean up New York City. In fact, for most Americans this theory has stuck in their minds, because it worked! The broken window theory assumes if you have a broken window in an empty building and it goes unfixed for a long period of time, then criminals view the “broken” landscape as a message that the community lacks the appropriate controls to fix it and therefore is unable or unwilling to defend itself against a bigger crimes. Now let’s look at the present day, and what the SEC is currently focusing on which is fixing the small broken windows or some would say minor infractions to clean up the small cap space. ..
Most would agree that recruiting and retaining top talent in ANY industry is important to the growth of a business. My interview with Sandra Alamo, Director of Internal Audit for Clean Energy, hits home with five key strategies to attracting and retaining top internal audit talent. Here’s my top 5 HIT list: ..
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Is there a secret society of new and existing board members? I’ve often wonder if there’s some secret “list” out there and who the heck is controlling that list. As I continue to ponder on this, I wonder “Why is getting on a Board such a mystery?” ..