David K. Hurst is a contributing editor of strategy+business. His writing has also appeared in the Harvard Business Review, the Financial Times, and other leading business publications. He is the author of The New Ecology of Leadership: Business Mastery in a Chaotic World (Columbia University Press, 2012). He blogs on strategy, leadership, and change at www.davidkhurst.com.

All articles by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

February 24, 2009
Fixing the mortgage meltdown, mastering disruptive change, inculcating a sense of urgency, and exploring drama at the Economist.
by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

August 26, 2008
Why financial markets are brittle, companies stop growing, Ryanair took off, and plans succeed or fail.
by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

June 10, 2008
The mensch of corporate turnarounds, the earthy language of “Neutron Jack,” the work–life balance of Mormon executives, and the cognition of effective leaders.
by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

February 26, 2008
An icon of genius, a turnaround monomaniac, a flat-world skeptic, a psychoanalyst of leadership, and a management futurist.
by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

August 29, 2007
High-tech entrepreneurial experience, hidden assets, analytical sophistication, and China’s global ambitions.
by David K. Hurst

Books in Brief

May 29, 2007
Ideas that take hold, how strategy can lead to failure, rebounding from career failure, and AIG under Hank Greenberg.
by David K. Hurst

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