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- One of the world’s most influential business thinkers talks about the books that shaped his approach to his career.
- By identifying your top talent and putting them in the right position, you’re increasing your odds of creating new businesses.
- A leading business author talks about the books that shaped his thinking and career.
- The Stanford professor calls out four books that illuminate the often-dark paths to power.
- A collective intellectual effort offers self-help for a nation struggling to adapt to a new global climate.
- The entire history of management ideas can be seen as a series of answers to a few pragmatic queries.
- Debates over paid leave, wage increases, and flexible work arrangements, says the MIT professor, all stem from a larger assumption that personal and business needs are in conflict.
- The unusual perspective of high-performing entrepreneurs allows them to turn good ideas into great businesses.
- The b-school professor recommends three books that support the development of value-based leadership.
- To become a better leader, you need to start by asking yourself tough questions, and follow through.
- The professor at Vanderbilt’s Owen Graduate School of Management explains the root of unethical behavior.
- The founder of The North Face recommends four books for building great brands.
- Thriving amid rapid change, authors Peter Diamandis and Steven Kotler argue, requires a fearlessness that borders on hubris.
- For Aetna’s CEO, the lauded move to raise employee wages is just part of a broader strategy to adapt to changes in healthcare.
- Expectations don’t match reality, says the UCLA Anderson School of Management professor, when it comes to the performance of certain personality types in teams.
- The Harvard Business School professor explains how leaders can harness collective genius to achieve innovation success.
- The Darden School of Business professor describes a new framework for predicting conflict outcomes.
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