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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.
by Vicki Huff Eckert
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Nothingness at the top of the heap

Abraham Cahan’s underrated classic, The Rise of David Levinsky, offers a portrait of success and solitude in the dog-eat-dog world of the garment trade.
by Daniel Akst
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A rising tide of green capital

Our systems need to channel the rising levels of climate-tech investment into the areas with the greatest potential for decarbonization.
by Emma Cox, Leo Johnson, and Denise Chan
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Getting proactive about reactance

The success of corporate change efforts depends on the ability of leaders to anticipate and manage employee perceptions.
by Theodore Kinni
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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.
by Paul Leinwand and Mahadeva Matt Mani

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Author and columnist Christopher Mims traces the limits of supply chain technology.
by Daniel Gross
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Closing the agile achievement gap

Despite the wide adoption of agile across industries and functions, most companies are barely scratching the surface of its vast potential. Business leaders can change the game by paying careful attention to seven mission-critical factors.
by Gagan Prakash and Matthew Siegel
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Leaders need to be good writers, too

Being an effective manager requires strong communication skills, including writing. A few tips can help you avoid common traps and raise your game.
by Adam Bryant
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Micromanagement is not the answer

Over-monitoring employees can sink productivity and engagement. Here are three better ways to get results.
by Eric J. McNulty

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A rising tide of green capital

Our systems need to channel the rising levels of climate-tech investment into the areas with the greatest potential for decarbonization.
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The rise of the eco-friendly consumer

During the pandemic, consumers have become more sensitive to the environmental impacts of their shopping decisions, and consumer companies are responding.
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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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