- The right time frame for a strategy depends on what its implementation will require.
- The midsized companies in the U.S. that grow the fastest understand their strong suits and play their hands accordingly.
- Your company’s ideal behavioral strengths are unique, and shouldn’t be borrowed or copied — not even from a high-performance enterprise.
- Leaders should draw on the past to spark ideas that are both novel and practical.February 6, 2019 by Ken Favaro
- Consumers have more power over your company’s success or failure than ever before, and it’s time for a new metric that captures the return on your investment in them.January 30, 2019 by John Maxwell
- How to avoid the destructive effects of handoffs.January 10, 2019 by David Clarke
- The revenge of print, why our brains fool us, and more of the most read stories this year.December 18, 2018
- Linking rhetoric and reality in business transformation.
- Research shows that men and women have similar tolerances for taking chances.November 16, 2018 by Michele Wucker
- Making the Leap. See also Top Shelf Picks: Best Business Books 2018.November 5, 2018 by David Lancefield
- Three new kinds of capital give companies a new source of leverage and power.
- Listen to the specialists on your board and adopt “qualified consensus” for decision making.October 24, 2018 by Randall S. Peterson
- Three steps to creating a better operating model.
- Three questions will help you find the best combination of buy, borrow, and build for your business.October 2, 2018 by Ken Favaro
- Professors Vijay Govindarajan and Ravi Ramamurti offer U.S. healthcare providers a prescription for reverse innovation from India.September 19, 2018 by Theodore Kinni
- In their new book, a trio of Rotman School professors demystify artificial intelligence for business leaders.August 8, 2018 by Theodore Kinni
- By carefully selecting the change-driving behaviors that are right for your organization, and the mechanisms to spread them, you can drive cultural evolution. For further insights, read “Make Your Company’s Culture Go Viral.”July 17, 2018
- How to spread the critical few behaviors that drive strategy forward. See also “How Can You Make Your Company’s Culture Go Viral?”July 17, 2018 by Kristy Hull
- To compete amid myriad disruptions, insurers in all sectors must wed strategy to structural changes.
- A look at the artwork from the recent pages of strategy+business, on themes including overcoming bias at work, competitiveness in the age of digitization, and the ethics of CEOs.March 30, 2018
- Clear choices can provide stability for your organization while also enhancing your strategic options and ability to adapt.March 15, 2018 by Ken Favaro
- Businesses need to develop their behavior, cognitive, and network capital so they can create and capture value that competitors can’t erode.
- Most structural changes will have tax implications. Thoughtful planning can help leaders convert tax traps into enhanced reorganization returns.
- The greatest learning often takes place when we step outside our comfort zones.
For further insights, read “Two Simple Concepts to Free Up Innovation.”February 13, 2018
- Step into your “yikes zone,” then break anxiety-producing and overwhelming tasks into small, doable pieces. See also “How to Innovate by Stretching Yourself Mentally.”February 13, 2018 by George E.L. Barbee
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