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Are we having fun (at work) yet?

Games or contests meant to inject some motivation and productivity into the workday can backfire if employees feel pressured to take part.
by Matt Palmquist
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Streaming energy

After a year of explosive growth fueled by the COVID-19 pandemic, streaming video companies have to embrace new strategies to create value for viewers, creators, and investors.
by Kim David Greenwood, Kate Kennard, and Mark Borao
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Building a better you

In How to Change, Wharton professor Katy Milkman delves into the science that can help us make changes stick.
by David Lancefield
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Lessons in simplicity strategy

Using a six-point “hexagon action” model to deal with a complex world helps leaders focus and prioritize their work.
by Julia Hobsbawm
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Asia-Pacific’s rebalancing act

As the power of traditional drivers of growth fades, companies need to develop more resilient and rebalanced supply chains to keep the region moving forward.
by Raymund Chao, Christopher Kelkar, and David Wijeratne
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Imagination is not enough

As the novel Martin Dressler shows, the most ambitious endeavor in business is to create an immersive world.
by Daniel Akst
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Leader, know thyself

To improve executive performance, thinking about thinking is a really good idea.
by Theodore Kinni
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Tackling Japan’s gender gap

Women account for less than 10 percent of company presidents in Japan. But Kathy Matsui, a longtime champion for boosting female employment and leadership, is optimistic about the future.
by Bobbie van der List
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The four Fs of employee experience

These simple principles, based on the empathetic, iterative practice of design thinking, can help you help your people perform to their fullest potential.
by Angela Lester and Claudia Montgomery

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