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Tips for leading people at a distance

As many companies adopt hybrid work models, Harvard Business School professor Tsedal Neeley’s new handbook for managing remote workers is a timely read.
by Theodore Kinni


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s+b Blogs

When cyber pirates strike, stick with innovation

Although hacks are often linked to downturns in revenues and R&D spending, firms can still roll out major improvements to separate themselves from the competition.
by Matt Palmquist
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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 future.
by Mike Jakeman
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Moonshot management

Today’s leaders can learn valuable lessons from James Webb, the NASA administrator who met John F. Kennedy’s lunar challenge.
by Theodore Kinni
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Granting autonomy without losing control

In his new book, London Business School’s Constantinos C. Markides explains how leaders can ensure that employees know how to deliver on a company’s strategy.
by Constantinos C. Markides

PwC Series

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The green hydrogen economy

An analysis of the future economics of renewable energy identifies the most promising markets for importing and exporting.