Deo Niyizonkiza, Founder & CEO, Village Health Works, is a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan/Burundi genocide. As a founder of Village Health Works, an institution that provides healthcare and education to all, he had to build trust with people from former warring tribes. How did he do it?
Insights from Deo Niyizonkiza, Founder & CEO, Village Health Works. What does it mean to be a truly global leader in today’s complicated world? If there is war in Iraq, why does it impact America or the EU?
Insights from Deo Niyizonkiza, Founder & CEO, Village Health Works. It’s easy to give up on your idea when things stagnate and the future looks bleak. How does a leader stay true to their mission in lean times?
Insights from Deo Niyizonkiza, Founder & CEO, Village Health Works. It’s easy to blame tribalism or ethnic conflict for violence and unrest. Scrape just below the surface and there are often issues of poverty; hunger, chronic unemployment, lack of healthcare, shelter, that ignite the embers for discord.
Insights from Deo Niyizonkiza, Founder & CEO, Village Health Works. What is the impulse to help a former enemy that tried to kill you and your loved ones? What kind of leader wants to see those people have access to quality healthcare and education and thrive in their daily lives?
Organizations are increasingly recognizing the value of placing behavioral science — the blend of insights from psychology, economics, and neuroscience — front and center of their activities.
In this video, Steve Martin, faculty director of the Behavioral Science in Business program at Columbia Business School Executive Education, describes why it’s often easier to change people’s behaviors than people’s minds and shares a real-world example for applying behavioral science where a small change lead to a pretty big difference.
To learn more about the Behavioral Science program, visit: https://www8.gsb.columbia.edu/execed/program-pages/details/2597/BSB?sourceid=youtube
Many organizations struggle to diversity their corporate boards. When California became the first state to require women on corporate boards in early 2019, it sparked a fierce debate on the legality, potential flaws, and ultimate implementation of the law. In this video, we ask Shiva Rajgopal, the Kester and Byrnes Professor of Accounting and Auditing at Columbia Business School, about his take on the debate.
When it comes to cybersecurity, many companies are reluctant to share information about their exposure to cyber risk. We asked Professor Shiva Rajgopal, the Kester and Byrnes Professor of Accounting and Auditing at Columbia Business School, what stops companies from being more transparent about their cyber risk plans?
Shiva Rajgopal is the faculty director of the Corporate Governance Program at Columbia Business School Executive Education. In this video, he shares what the board’s role is in defining, representing, and driving an organization’s corporate culture.
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