Business Renaissance Quarterly

A quarterly journal focusing on the human element in the workplace environment. Emphasizes improvement of quality of life for all stakeholders in a business.

Articles from Vol. 2, No. 4, Winter

A Closer Look at a Business Renaissance Executive: An Interview with Greg Lampert
Greg Lampert is the founder and president of Liquiddium Capital Partners. He is responsible for the strategic oversight and direction of company operations. Prior to founding Liquiddium Capital Partners, Greg was a founder of the real estate services...
A Closer Look at a Business Renaissance Executive: An Interview with Joan Marshall
Joan Marshall is Executive Director of the Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena, CA. one of only four museums in the country exclusively devoted to the arts of Asia and the Pacific Islands. The Museum is committed to education, scholarship, and conservation,...
A Closer Look at a Business Renaissance Executive: An Interview with Juanita Coleman-Merritt
Dr. Juanita Coleman-Merritt is an experienced executive who has contributed to the field of education in a wide variety of settings and in several capacities. She is currently the Parent Ombudsperson for Local District 8 of the Los Angeles Unified School...
Dynamics of Organizational Wisdom
AbstractNeglected till recently in management research, expansion of interest in wisdom and its practical application across a wide range of disciplines is observed. Embrace of the ancient wisdom traditions such as Zen Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism,...
How Character Development Builds Business Culture
AbstractCharacter development is probably somewhere on most people's wish list for improvement of corporate culture. Our guess is that most people get no farther than wishing for character development, either because the concept seems too elusive to...
Meaning on Monday Morning: How Can We Contribute to That?
A review of BRI's Dialogue Night #2, held at the Athenaeum on October 26, 2007AbstractOn Friday, October 26, 2007, the Business Renaissance Institute (BRI) organized its second dialogue night at the CalTech Athenaeum in Pasadena. For this occasion, a...
The Behavioral Consequences of CEO-Board Trust and Power Relationships in Corporate Governance
AbstractPrevious corporate governance literature mainly focuses on boards' control over CEOs, and CEO-board power is regarded as a major determinant of such control. This study addresses not only the control role but also the service role of directors...