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How to Lead an Effective Virtual Team

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The modern office is increasingly defined by time zones, rather than walls. But not all virtual teams are created equal. This article is about how to succeed where many fail.
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How to be a Top-Gun Deal Maker

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When it comes to negotiating, approaches matter more than many people think. Based on interviews with some of the best in the business, this article looks at what it takes to be a master negotiator.
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Navigating the New Maritime Age

by , Issue: May / June 2015

Boardroom captains need to watch out for disruptive waves generated by seaborne trade, naval buildups and climate change, which could sink unprepared businesses.
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Why Maple Leafs’ Bet on Babcock Is a Big Gamble

by Issue: May / June 2015

Hiring a winning coach in the NHL is good for raising hope amongst fans, but it does not necessarily increase the chances of Stanley Cup success.
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Making the Big Behaviour Breakthrough

by , et al.Issue: January / February 2015

Everybody talks about the importance of innovation. This article is about what it takes for a leader to actually make it happen.
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Q&A with Mitch Krebs

by Issue: March / April 2015

When the CEO of the largest U.S.-based silver producer started on the job, he saw the need for immediate change. Instead of wasting time changing culture, he built a new one by moving the company.
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Profiting from the Rise of the Machines

by Issue: March / April 2015

Hollywood got it wrong — there is no reason to fear the future unless you’re a brand manager stuck in the past.
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Three Skills CEOs Need Most

by Issue: May / June 2015

When feeling insecure over operational skills, or subject-matter expertise, CEOs need to remember what the job really requires.