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Ideas That Work 
June 30, 2015
Strengthening Your Cultural Fortress. Building a strong company culture is about more than the perks you offer employees.
by Susan Cramm
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How do the most successful innovators generate more than their fair share of smart ideas? How do they move ideas through their organizations and supply chains that are not only creative but fast to market? The answers to these key questions form the core of this program for business leaders and entrepreneurs who are determined to position their companies for future growth. The next session will take place September 20-25, 2015. Learn more >
The Other “F” Word: An Interview with John Danner. The Berkeley professor and his coauthor say companies can no longer afford to treat failure like a dirty secret they have to hide.
by Eric J. McNulty
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DIGITAL STRATEGY INNOVATION SUMMIT -- “Enhancing Digital Intelligence” -- Join the world’s most dynamic and senior executives operating in the areas of digital strategy.
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by Matt Palmquist
Companies can significantly influence the media visibility of their CEO with certain kinds of press releases — but having a prominent CEO can also work to shareholders’ detriment.
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How to Find Creative Solutions? Struggle a Little Longer
Kellogg’s Loran Nordgren says the key to unlocking unconscious thought is being motivated to find answers.
IN A NUTSHELL
“All currency systems are belief systems, and bitcoin has attracted a wide range of believers.” —Michael Santoli, “Currency Events
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MERGERCAST -- Podcasts by Strategy& exploring the world of mergers, acquisitions, and restructurings
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The Trouble with Putting Goals Ahead of Strategy
Winning strategies start with a big idea.
by Ken Favaro
Papal Pull
Pope Francis’s efforts to transform the Catholic Church show how those at the top can grapple with a bureaucracy while exemplifying spiritual leadership.
by Sally Helgesen
Better Lucky than Smart
An age-old bit of wisdom can help you overcome outcome bias to improve your decision making as a leader.
by Eric McNulty
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