Leadership

20 For the Next 20: 2010

Energetic and intelligent leaders may be our most valuable resource. We count on them to inspire us, to be our problem solvers, and to guide us as we build our future. We need to nurture and support our emerging leaders,…

Advice from the top: Robbie Alm

Robbie Alm, executive vice president at Hawaiian Electric Co., talks about the most important things he learned from his mentors. From his parents:  Be grateful for the gifts you have, don’t covet the gifts of others. From Sen. Daniel Inouye:…

Competition Lessons

Down to Earth stores have served Hawaii with vegetarian food for 30 years. Chief Vegetarian Officer Mark Fergusson explains how a small, homegrown chain competes with a giant like Whole Foods Market. HB: What have you learned about retailing healthy…

Talk Story with Charles Morrison

The East-West Center this year celebrates its 50th anniversary as a national institution that promotes better relations and communities in the Asia-Pacific region through research and education. “Our students have the ability to really make a difference in our globalized…

$200 Million of Your Money Wasted

For most people, government is simply the sum of the services it provides: security and safety, for example, in the form of police and fire departments; education, in the form of schools and libraries; and transportation, in the form of…

The Business of Love

More than 50 percent of marriages in the United States end in divorce and Hawaii accounts for about 5,000 of those breakups every year. Of those who remain married, true love is not always the reason. That’s why relationship experts…

Advice from the top: Allen Doane

Allen Doane stepped down Dec. 31 after 11 years as CEO of Alexander & Baldwin. What was your first leadership job?  It was at HT&T in Hilo, which had 200 employees, mostly union stevedores and truck drivers.  I arrived there…

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