The New Corporate Facts of Life: Rethink Your Business to Transform Today's Challenges Into Tomorrow's Profits by Diana Rivenburgh won a Bronze award in the Axiom Business Book Awards' Business Theory category.
June 6, 2014 (Newswire) - The Jenkins Group has announced the results of the 7th annual Axiom Business Book Awards, honoring THE NEW CORPORATE FACTS OF LIFE: Rethink Your Business To Transform Today's Challenges Into Tomorrow's Profits by Diana Rivenburgh with a Bronze award in the Business Theory category. The Axiom Business Book Awards recognize the year's best business books and their authors. The winning books exemplify the Axiom Award motto, "Success through Knowledge," by offering a wide array of business information and tools.
In THE NEW CORPORATE FACTS OF LIFE, Rivenburgh shows business leaders how to build sustainable, profitable organizations by sharing the tools that create leading-edge strategies, develop strong leaders, transform cultures, and engage stakeholders. The book embraces the credo: Effective leaders do not see problems; they see opportunities for innovative, sustainable, and profitable solutions.
Rivenburgh is President and CEO of Strategic Imperatives and a strategy and organizational change specialist working with clients to build sustainable, profitable organizations by creating leading-edge strategies, developing strong leaders, transforming cultures, and engaging stakeholders. In 2014, Trust Across America named Rivenburgh to its list of Top 100 Thought Leaders In Trustworthy Business. She has held corporate leadership positions with Gartner, Gentiva Health Services, Olsten Corporation, and NEC. As a Board of Advisor member of the Metro Atlanta Chamber, Rivenburgh also serves on their Global Commerce Committee, the Environmental Policy and Sustainability Committee, and the Clean Tech Council. Rivenburgh frequently presents on strategy, culture, sustainability, change, and leadership at conferences and to professional associations, community organizations, and educational institutions.