Last year, less than 3 percent of the CEOs hired by the world's largest companies were female, the lowest share since 2011.
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Strategy & Leadership
- The president of the Rockefeller Foundation discusses the best books for understanding and nurturing organizational resilience.
- Adjusting your hormones on the job may soon be a common way to enhance productivity.
- There’s a reason there are so few examples of large companies fundamentally altering their strategies on the fly — it’s extremely hard.
- The Brussels terrorist attack reveals a great deal about organizational myopia.
- The combination of tight markets and a flurry of state actions on minimum wages is quickly imposing new local standards on employers.
- Today, everybody is a decision maker. Here’s how to make sure your company is not paralyzed by Hamlets.
- Winners, losers, and strategies in the new world economic order.
- An audacious effort to provide digital ID numbers throughout India illustrates the potential for large-scale change.
- Mature food companies need to use aggressive cost reduction, portfolio simplification, and substantially new approaches to growth to deliver competitive returns.
- Optimism and an eagerness to seize opportunities can be a far more useful source of executive inspiration than fear.
- To get the most out of employees and colleagues, leaders have to train themselves to go deeper than snap judgments and get to know people for who they are.
- True two-way conversation can break the cycle of ineffective communication.
- Even in wealthy countries, companies can play a vital role in disaster relief.
- What to do when you outgrow your target market — or vice versa.
- New research reveals that leaders can function most effectively when they put the needs of their followers first.
- Companies and governments grappling with falling oil and gas prices are learning a difficult lesson about procyclicality.
- Let fathers of newborns take time off, and the whole enterprise will thrive.