Learning from Gandhi on His Birthday

by Issue: September / October 2015

India’s legendary independence fighter was not a God or a saint. He was human, which is why we can still learn a lot from his leadership.

Rebranding in the Don’t-Blink Age

by Issue: September / October 2015

Why it's time for an image checkup, especially if your company’s budget and market have changed along with consumer attention trends.
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Hooking Up Lessons from Ashley Madison and Enron

by Issue: July / August 2015

There are many lessons to be found in the wake of the hacker attack on Toronto’s Avid Life Media. And they are not just for controversial companies.

The Business of Culture

by Issue: July / August 2015

If you think culture is about collective values, or something spiritual, but not profits, then your company is not ready for the digital age. Culture is the new corporate interface, not to mention the business of the 21st century.

Speaking Your Way to the Corner Office

by Issue: July / August 2015

Collaborating with a professional speechwriter should be a journey, with nobody entirely certain of the outcome at the start. But the objective is always being memorable for something, hopefully your key message.
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Protect Your Brand: Join the Retail Fight Club

by Issue: July / August 2015

Product counterfeiters hurt more than just corporate bottom lines. They put jobs at risk, and threaten consumers. And the problem is just going to get worse, so here is how to fight back.

A Greek Tragedy with No Written Final Act

by Issue: July / August 2015

Greece’s epic battle with debt still threatens the euro, but the world economy has gained some insulation to the ongoing crisis thanks to a game of musical bondholders.

Sales Force Management is for Leaders (Not Closers)

by Issue: July / August 2015

Forget what Alec Baldwin’s character says in the classic industry movie Glengarry Glen Ross. It really takes more than salespersonship to run a sales team.

Catch Yourself before Slipping into Default

by Issue: May / June 2015

Knee-jerk decisions lead to inappropriate behaviour more often than you think. This article looks at how to avoid falling victim to your personal autopilot.

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