Someone knocked on my door. I’ve heard enough horror stories about hotel crimes, so I decided I not to open the door. Lo and behold, the Russian-speaking guy in the elevator opened the door himself!
When I ran across a magazine article entitled, “A Big Windows Cleanup In Asia,” I was expecting to read something funny but who am I kidding? I was browsing an issue of Businessweek Magazine where the stories have more to do with what influence the financial markets rather than whether the movers and shakers have clear views from their swanky corner offices or not.
In 2006, I was in the UK to study Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) as a Chevening Fellow in Nottingham University. It was an opportunity to learn from and discuss with noted CSR academics in Europe, interact with executives and visit UK companies that practice or have made CSR their product’s main feature.