Bookmarks (57)

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    Leading under pressure

    Pressure can drive outsized results, but when the stakes are particularly high, it can also become...

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    End your meeting with clear decisions and shared commitment

    Too often, meeting participants do the difficult work of diagnosing issues and brainstorming new ideas but...

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    Are you stuck in a “logic box”?

    People often make disastrous decisions because they get caught in what Adam Bryant calls a logic...

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    Business digs deep for sustainability

    Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) issues have very quickly come to earth. The necessity to deal...

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    Super Coffee’s high-energy disruption

    In this Inside the Mind of the CEO interview, Jim DeCicco, chief executive of Super Coffee,...

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    A Colombian energy company’s bold bet on sustainability

    In this Inside the Mind of the CEO interview, Juan Ricardo Ortega, chief executive of Colombia-based...

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    Five ways to avoid the pitfalls of binary decisions

    Before you make a decision, check how the question is framed to ensure you have all...

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    What it means to be a Human leader

    COVID-19 has brought to the fore a different kind of leader who can better empathize with...

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    Evaluating the human gains—and costs—of a hometown business

    At a moment when we are reevaluating the purpose of business, Richard Powers's 1998 novel Gain...

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    A new role for business leaders: Moral integrator

    Today's business leaders must be able to respond to increasingly complex social issues, including social exclusion,...

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    Why you want what you want

    In Wanting, Luke Burgis, entrepreneur-in-residence and director of programs at the Catholic University of America's Busch...

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    Quick! Do you know your company’s values?

    Most companies go through an exercise to codify their values, a process that can result in...

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    How CPG companies can dodge three common innovation traps

    Implementing proper checks and balances throughout your company's innovation process can help you avoid traps and...

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    State of flux

    As renewable and carbon-free sources grow to account for a larger share of the energy sector,...

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    Procter & Gamble’s path to constructive disruption

    In this Inside the Mind of the CEO interview, David Taylor, chief executive of Procter &...

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    Navigating an asymmetrical recovery

    PwC business restructuring experts set out the management implications of the asymmetries in the global economy...

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    Becoming a leader of conscience

    As ESG metrics spawn an increasing number of ethical considerations, leaders need better ways to manage...

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    The surprising link between creativity and risk

    There are powerful links between creativity and a positive attitude toward risk, writes Michele Wucker. Creative...

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    The new equation for total reward strategies

    What workers value in terms of employee reward has changed over the past decade, but employers...

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    Why bigger isn’t always better in banking

    Brown Brothers has survived and thrived for more than two centuries in the highly competitive banking...

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    Making transformation stick

    Three steps can help leaders ensure that their change efforts don't fall apart once the initial...

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    Why your organization’s wellness app isn’t working

    The pursuit of well-being shouldn't feel like a rat race. Making three changes to your workplace's...

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    What is your personal leadership brand?

    Developing a leadership brand that embodies your values and can easily be articulated will help senior...

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    Mark Carney on a values-led economy

    In an interview about his new book Value(s): Building a Better World for All, Mark Carney,...

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    How to help India’s farmers

    Reforming the food sector in India will require businesses and government to work together and change...

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    The rise of the eco-friendly consumer

    During the pandemic, consumers have become more sensitive to the environmental impact of their shopping decisions,...

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    Building on the gains made from remote work

    Offices are reopening, and employees are resuming their commutes. Josh Levs writes that it's crucial businesses...

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    Tolaram’s diversified strategy for growth in Africa

    In this Inside the Mind of the CEO interview, Sajen Aswani, chief executive of Tolaram Group--the...

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    How to win friends and influence readers

    Dale Carnegie's classic How to Win Friends and Influence People is often maligned for encouraging excessive...

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    How environmental, social, and governance reporting grew up

    Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) reporting as a measure of investment integrity is coming of age...

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    Tips for leading people at a distance

    The pandemic won't result in a permanent, wholesale shift to remote work. But it is more...

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    How Anglo American Platinum is reimagining the future of mining

    In this Inside the Mind of the CEO interview, Natascha Viljoen, chief executive of Anglo American...

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    Four common biases in boardroom culture

    Boards, like every other organization, suffer from unconscious bias. PwC's Maria Castañón Moats, Paul DeNicola, and...

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    Activating culture is key to making customer-centricity stick

    Turning occasional customer-centricity successes into a long-term, core driver in how you do business requires that...

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    The ESG movement: Are you ready for the ESG revolution?

    Societal need and business opportunity are coming together to transform the way companies craft strategy, drive...

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    How to boost people’s energy and productivity during meetings

    Leaders too often move to the core of their meeting agenda by simply announcing the topic...

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    Summer reading suggestions 2021

    Books on the science of change, noisy companies, networking know-how, and more.

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    When cyber pirates strike, stick with innovation

    After an app marketplace was hacked, researchers found that the developers whose products were pirated didn't...

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    The rise and fall of merit

    In The Aristocracy of Talent, Adrian Wooldridge traces the history of meritocracy and fears for its...

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    A cautionary tale of how ego-driven managers can instill battle fatigue

    E.M. Delafield's 1918 novel, The War-Workers, centers on a young woman given executive responsibility during wartime....

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    The untapped potential of B2B customer loyalty programs

    Applying the principles of B2C rewards programs to B2B customers can reap long-term benefits.

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    Does culture really eat strategy for breakfast?

    "Culture eats strategy for breakfast" is a business truism that's past its sell-by date, argues Adam...

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    Fight the fatigue that’s killing your team’s productivity

    Fighting fatigue by building in chunks of recovery time can help leaders restore their motivation --...

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    Moonshot management

    In the 60 years since President John F. Kennedy stood before a joint session of Congress...

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    How noisy is your company?

    Noise causes variability in judgment and, thus, bad decisions, explain Daniel Kahneman, Olivier Sibony, and Cass...

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    Weighing the risk ethics of requiring vaccinations

    Businesses are grappling with the thorny question of whether to require employees to get COVID-19 vaccinations....

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    Six big challenges facing governments in 2021

    World leaders face six interconnected challenges, and although approaches and solutions will differ by country, taking...

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    How business can bridge the gap and achieve net zero

    Business leaders need to act now to meet the demands of science, government, investors and society...