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On the Court or in the C-Suite, Leaders Embrace Win-at-All-Cost Drive at Their Own Peril

The NCAA basketball kickback scandal is just getting started and it’s already bagged a big one – Louisville’s Rick Pitino, who was forced to resign after details of the wide-ranging probe were unveiled. Expect many more heads to roll as … Continue reading

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NFL mediation not what you may be thinking

The NFL owners and players union head back into mediation tomorrow (Tuesday March 1), less than 72 hours before the collective bargaining agreement expires. Drastic measures could follow. Mediation is a good first step, and it’s swell that the mediator said there … Continue reading

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Work Stoppages and Executive Compensation

The situation now facing executives of the NFL – where negotiations between players and team owners appear to be stuck in a quagmire – mirrors in some ways what many executives across the United States confront on a daily basis. … Continue reading

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