Encouraging a small number of actions can help an organization achieve its strategic and operational objectives.
- CEOs who fly planes in their spare time take on risks and seek out new experiences, traits that lead them to preside over firms with better innovation outcomes.
- A few key habits and attributes can help protect companies from ransomware — now and going forward.
- Women coming back after a break can be an enthusiastic, driven addition to your team. Don’t let stereotypes blind you to the opportunity.
- Financial engineering won’t fix a stagnant valuation.
- Corporate inclusion programs often trigger an us-versus-them mind-set. But establishing shared goals can help get teams on track.
- If you’re a person who takes risks for your enterprise, you should learn how to handle the backlash.
- When plotting strategy, leaders should worry less about solutions and more about identifying the precise problem they are trying to solve.
- Are the bells and whistles on already highly engineered products just decadence, or are they a small price to pay for the gadgets we need?
- Young firms are valued significantly higher and attract more financing after their founders relinquish some power.
- The next generation of management needs to build its strategic acumen through real-world practice.
- Avoid fumbling the response to a crisis by fully participating in on-the-ground trainings.
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