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Time to get serious about the realities of climate risk

Many companies overlook the pressing, often surprising, array of climate risks they face. By understanding them better, leaders can safeguard their business and identify opportunities to compete in a decarbonizing world.

 

by Emma Cox, Colm Kelly, Barry Murphy, and Nicole Röttmer
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Is it time to fire yourself?

Anyone can get stuck in a rut and become too invested in the initiatives they’ve launched. Use this mental trick to keep a fresh perspective.
by Adam Bryant
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Meet the four forces shaping your workforce strategy

Specialization. Scarcity. Rivalry. Humanity. Companies that understand—and harness—these forces will have an edge in creating vibrant workforces capable of achieving sustained, positive outcomes.
by Bhushan Sethi, Blair Sheppard and Nicole Wakefield

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The brave, new world of work

Strategy+business contributors have been doing some deep thinking on the seismic changes that have shaken offices—and home offices—over the past two years.
by Daniel Gross
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Getting and staying motivated

In her new book, Booth School of Business professor Ayelet Fishbach brings behavioral science to bear on the perennial challenge of goal achievement.
by Theodore Kinni
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Maintaining network connections

As we redesign work for the hybrid future, it is vital to understand the ways that information flows and networks form within organizations.
by Lynda Gratton
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Rocket-powered culture

The Right Stuff, Tom Wolfe’s account of the birth of the American space program, offers a primer for business leaders on how to build a winning workplace.
by Daniel Akst

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ESG by PwC

Time to get serious about the realities of climate risk

Many companies overlook the pressing, often surprising, array of climate risks they face. By understanding them better, leaders can safeguard their business and identify opportunities to compete in a decarbonizing world.

 

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Transformation by PwC

Seven imperatives for moving beyond digital

Drawing on research of transformative companies, PwC authors recommend ways that executive teams can disrupt themselves and become leaders in the digital age.
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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

The brave, new world of work

Strategy+business contributors have been doing some deep thinking on the seismic changes that have shaken offices—and home offices—over the past two years.

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