JP Donlon

JP Donlon is the Editor-in-Chief of Chief Executive magazine.


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The Criminalization of Corporate Conduct

A noted entrepreneur and a former U.S. Attorney General illuminate a growing problem facing business leaders and advance several possible solutions.

JP Donlon Governance/Compliance August 18 2009
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Looking for the ‘New Normal’

Of the $787 billion marked for stimulus spending, the $1 billion “Cash for Clunkers” program is the only success the [...]

JP Donlon Editor's Note August 17 2009
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An Entitlement Too Far

August 12 is Cost of Government Day (COGD), the day of the calendar on which most  the average American worker [...]

JP Donlon August 12 2009
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Cap and Trade-offs

The Obama Administration has initiated plans to address climate change by introducing an economy-wide program to reduce the greenhouse gas [...]

JP Donlon Governance/Compliance , Regulatory July 7 2009
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McCEO

McCEO Named 2009 CEO of the Year, McDonald’s Jim Skinner transformed an icon with a simple and powerful recipe for leadership.

JP Donlon CEO of the Year June 24 2009
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Why Succession is a Continuity Issue

Why is CEO continuity so difficult? According to Challenger, Gray’s league table of CEO departures of the past 12 months [...]

JP Donlon Conversations with the Editor , Editor's Note June 22 2009
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A Stimulus We Can Believe In

Is President Obama’s stimulus working? A June Rasmussen Reports survey showed that 45 percent of those polled think the President [...]

JP Donlon Governance/Compliance , Regulatory June 15 2009
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Why the Atom Is the Answer

SlovakiaIn response to Ron Bailey’s feature (CE March-April 2009) on electric cars and the battery technology that will be needed [...]

JP Donlon Technology May 11 2009
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A Role of the Dice

In January 2009 The Manhattan Institute’s Center for Energy and Environment , with the help of survey research conducted by [...]

JP Donlon April 27 2009

U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George Casey: How the Army Manages Transformation

Like any large, complex organization that must adapt to new realities, the U.S. Army seeks to knock down silos and rethink the way it looks at itself. Army Chief of Staff Gen. George W. Casey, Jr., talks about what it takes to modernize a 1.1 million person organization, where getting people to embrace change is the key.

JP Donlon CEO Interviews April 14 2009

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