Research topic: change in recession
- factory talk. // Works Management;Apr2011, Vol. 64 Issue 4, p7
The article presents views from British business executives responding on a poll about investing new machinery for 2011 including Louise Terry and Leslie Green.
- Slowing standards. // InfoWorld;5/13/2002, Vol. 24 Issue 19, p63
Highlights the results of a public opinion poll on the involvement of chief technology officers on Web services and other standards development organizations.
- ADWEEK Online Poll. // Adweek;11/12/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 41, p16
The article presents the results of an Internet poll that asked respondents about which scandal involving marketing executives they perceived as being most embarrassing.
- PM ONLINE POLL. // People Management;Mar2012, p15
The article notes 64 percent of respondents to a question about chief executive officers' compensation said they get paid too much.
- Fortune Digital. Roberts, Daniel // Fortune;7/4/2011, Vol. 164 Issue 1, p6
The article mentions items available on the publication's website, Fortune.com, and presents the results of a reader poll on favorite executives.
- Bathing beauties. // Supply Management;2/17/2011, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p50
The article focuses on the results of a survey involving procurement service executives in Great Britain which found that 31 per cent of respondents agree that their bosses have an extravagant workspace.
- Babbitt Revised. // Public Interest;Spring1984, Issue 75, p159
This article presents the results of a survey on business ethics being practiced by executives in the U.S. as of 1983. Ninety-five percent of executives polled said it was wrong for a business executive not to declare $2,500 of interest income on his tax return. Only 79 percent of the public...
- Executive Briefing. Miller, Lynn // HR Magazine;Nov2001, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p14
Presents the results of surveys on executives in the United States. Decrease in the demand for executives; Percentage of executives who misrepresented their accomplishments in their resumes; Reasons for the modification of a company's health care strategy.
- PwC Poll Finds Nearly Half of Execs Use Sustainability Valuation. King, Bart // SB Communictions Weekly;9/13/2012, p1
The article present a PwC poll which reveals that 46% of corporate executives use sustainability valuation methods to compare their sustainability initiatives.