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Keld Jensen Columns
Keld Jensen has more than 20 years experience in international management, negotiation, and communication from his post as managing director of a listed Scandinavian company. As Chairman of the Centre for Negotiation at the Copenhagen Business School (one of the world’s top business schools) he teaches Business Administration, Management, and International Negotiation. He also teaches at other prominent Executive MBA schools worldwide as a guest lecturer.
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Source: LA Times
WASHINGTON -- The Environmental Protection Agency issued its first-ever regulations to curtail air pollution from natural gas wells that use a controversial production technique known as hydraulic fracturing, but gave the...
An estimated 45,000 people took part in demonstrations in Tokyo against nuclear power on Sunday, amid growing public concern that the government is bringing pressure to bear on local authorities to restart reactors shut down for...
Wild monkeys fitted with collars containing detectors and GPS transmitters will help researchers at Fukushima University measure radiation in the forests surrounding a nuclear power plant crippled last March by a powerful...
December 13, 2010 In Denmark We Trust: What Leaders Can Learn From The Nation With The World’s ConfidenceSource: Keld Jensen
What Leaders Can Learn From The Nation With The World’s Confidence
September 30, 2010 It All Starts With You: Closing the Wounds of DistrustSource: Keld Jensen
In the aftermath of the financial panic of 2008, Congress recently passed the Dodd-Frank bill to overhaul financial regulations and prevent future crises from developing. Senator Christopher Dodd (D-Conn.), one of the bill’s...
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