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Beyond purpose statements

Fuzzy claims to greater ambition are starting to feel like just another corporate fad. It’s time to replace them with impact statements.
by Adam Bryant
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GMO

Envisioning the futures of retail banking

As the long-established industry is reshaped, looking ahead to five far-reaching hypothetical scenarios can help focus the strategic mind.
by Eugénie Krijnsen, Roberto Hernandez, and Kurtis Babczenko
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Sports, by the numbers

Business and culture collide in an economist’s attempt to explain some of the sporting world’s enduring mysteries.
by Mike Jakeman
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A pose by any other name

The initial findings that posture equaled power have been debunked, but body language can still play a part in your success.
by Linda Rodriguez McRobbie
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Reporting to build trust: A framework

Faced with a confusing menu of reporting frameworks and methodologies, companies must seek to find out what matters to their stakeholders now.
by Nadja Picard and James Chalmers

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Lessons in mismanagement

The film Glengarry Glen Ross prepares us for hard times to come—and reminds managers how not to behave, no matter what’s ahead.
by Daniel Akst
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GMO

Culture: Transformation’s invisible enabler

Successful transformation often requires organizational culture change to make the improvements stick. Leadership teams can increase their odds by focusing on three measures.
by Luna Corbetta and Margo Stokum
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What is your crisis quotient?

A new metric can help identify potential leaders who have what it takes to thrive in times of disruption.
by Adam Bryant
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GMO

Mining the (clean energy) gap

The mining industry is transforming to meet surging demand for critical minerals.
by Paul Bendall and Lauren Bermack

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ESG by PwC

Reporting to build trust: A framework

Faced with a confusing menu of reporting frameworks and methodologies, companies must seek to find out what matters to their stakeholders now.
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Hello, tomorrow.

Living in a world of unicorns

Venture-backed giants are scaling up and transforming markets as varied fintech, electric vehicles, and healthcare.
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Workforce by PwC

Culture: Transformation’s invisible enabler

Successful transformation often requires organizational culture change to make the improvements stick. Leadership teams can increase their odds by focusing on three measures.

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