What are the leadership skills required in companies committed to sustainability?
Millennials want to be inspired and involved and need a different kind of leader
HEC Paris Professor Jeremy Ghez calibrates the power of the GAFAs
To make good strategies companies need strategy processes with a ‘wow’ factor
4 Principles of Digital Transformation: Customer Experience, Innovation, Collaboration, and Co-creation
People need direction and to believe that someone knows where the boat (be it an organization or a nation) is going
How virtual-world-savvy millennials benefit from face-to face communication and off-site meetings and events
Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus launches an inspirational initiative to reset the economic agenda at HEC
Insights on the ‘Future of Globalization’ in three essential videos from IMD's Professor Stéphane Girod
‘Standing on the Teacher’s Desk’: A Profile of Professor Darren Dahl at UBC Sauder School of Business
Why CSR is about local initiatives as well as box-ticking to meet global standards
What neuroscience tells us of the present state of play and its outcome
The 4Es model: Engage - Embrace - Excel - Enable
Adopting ethical business practices with respect for the wider community
How the attitudes and aspirations of young women will affect organizations and their leadership
6 ways HR can help business-line leaders overcome common pitfalls and confront current business challenges
Which key posts need replacing to ensure a successful acquisition?
Harnessing Kinetic Energy at General Motors
An interview with the Dean of the Darden Graduate School of Business, University of Virginia
Politics is a dirty word. But day-to-day office politics is a part on business life
HR could be playing a bigger role in society, says EGADE Business School’s Professor Anabella Dávila, with a unique perspective on HRM practices from leading Latin American companies
In 1962 President Kennedy asked a janitor at NASA, “What are you doing?” The janitor famously replied, “Well, Mr. President, I’m helping put a man on the moon.”
Compassionate NHS staff should be able to live by their personal values
Reflections on what is happening to human energy in the US Presidential elections
Using customer feedback to improve products and services - says IMD President Dominique Turpin
Occasionally swallowing your pride is the true sign of wise leadership
Moving into a new leadership role can be a culture shock
How are organizations shifting their leadership development practice to address 21st century challenges
There are practical consequences due to functional differences
Digital transformation is happening and companies need to sort out how they will operate
Developing leadership in the organizations tasked with maintaining public safety
Dean of Vlerick Business School
Alan Middleton and David Kincaid on why markteers should stand on the shoulders giants
"However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results" Winston Churchill
A future without performance appraisals?
Successful leaders need the bounce-back resilience of a cartoon character
Designing an optimal and strategic incentives system is key, says Singapore Management University Professor Thomas Menkhoff
Meeting business performance goals is directly tied to effectively managing risks
Hal Gregersen introduces ‘catalytic questioning’
In a business world of constant emails, tweets and social media we may be failing to get our deeper messages across.
Closing the Inspiration Gap
Integrative Thinking is based on the ability to hold a range of different – and opposing – data and models in your mind and be able to leverage the tensions, the cognitive dissonance, that creates to stimulate innovative solutions.
How it can be a great driving force for change
Leading by Mastering Paradoxical Thinking
To build a more just and sustainable society
In a recent article, Indian School of Business’ Professor Galit Shmuéli explains the value of and methodology behind ‘predictive analytics’.
Imagine being a lawyer and pondering, for your next fee account, the question: If a monkey has taken a selfie, who owns the image?
The optimistic CSV agenda may fail to address the real trade-offs required to achieve socially benefical sustainable development
How to avoid self-serving behaviour to build sustainable power