Articles in - Month: July 2019

Defining an Ideal Culture: A Values-Based Framework

In my last post, I shared my observations and research evidence into why leaders should prioritize culture. In short, a culture that fosters and leverages collective intelligence (CI) creates improved outcomes for the firm and contributes to an inclusive environment...

India: “The World’s Future Investment Hub”?

Could the investment profession’s future be in India? From the vantage point of The City or Wall Street, this may not seem like the likeliest scenario. But it is worth considering — and preparing for. Indeed, among the many compelling takeaways from the recent...

Work and Leadership: Going It Alone

This spring, I was asked to participate on a leadership panel sponsored by European Women Payments Network (EWPN) in Amsterdam. While honored to receive the invitation, I soon realized that I had nothing to say on the topic. So I politely declined and explained that I...

Indexing: Out with Tradition?

The Rise of Indices There are now more than 3.7 million indices, according to the Index Industry Association (IIA) 2018 survey. That represents an increase of 438,000 over just the previous year. Although some areas of the financial markets might require more...

Sunny Saturday and the Risks Are Rising

I created my own blog, Klement on Investing. Subscribe and receive a new article almost every day in your inbox. I will continue to contribute to Enterprising Investor each month. But if you want my thoughts on the investment issues of the day each day,...