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s+b Blogs: Strategy & Leadership
- How unconventional ownership structures strengthen America’s crazy-quilt economy.
- What is 2013’s most in-vogue strategy? Make your nominations.
- The gulf between the interests of small entrepreneurs and global corporations is enormous.
- For Twitter’s next chapter, some words of wisdom about leadership planning.
- Avoid the usual temptations and your big bet on Verizon Wireless might be a big win.
- As we develop new ways of doing business, we must also develop new ways of looking at, and assigning, leadership.
- Quiet leaders don’t give advice to solve problems—they help their employees think of solutions for themselves.
- When you apply simplistic solutions to complex challenges, you miss out on bigger opportunities.
- The SEC’s push for greater transparency is a smart move, but it’s not enough to fix executive compensation.
- A respected head office and strong corporate affinity will drive the company’s fortunes.
- Planning and performance management systems can be designed to reinforce your most distinctive capabilities—not undermine them.
- Fights in the boardroom between shareholders and management highlight one important question—who gets to call the shots?
- Executives, officials, and managers should have to earn the title of “leader,” not just expect to receive it.
- As he prepares to step down, will Ballmer’s organizational shake-up make any difference?
- Lessons for managers from a manufacturing success story.
- If you want to retain your high-potential employees, you have to get involved in helping them plan their careers.
- Starting a business is one thing—sticking with it is quite another.
- Jon Corzine’s legal troubles point to a toxic mix of bad ethics, bad management, and bad leadership.
- Why some corporate relationships end in divorce while others live on in blissful union.
- Successful strategists understand that their role is to manage a process fraught with contradictions.
- Middle East Respiratory Syndrome could be the next big worldwide crisis. Are you ready to lead your global company through it?
- Introducing Camp Snowball, where teachers learn the hidden interactions that separate success from failure.
- It’s time to reconsider the benefits and risks of combining the CEO and chairman roles.
- It traditionally takes months for new leaders to make a positive impact. That’s simply much too long to wait.
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