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Enron Explained

by Issue: March/April 2016

It is still possible to follow rules and commit fraud, which is why more business leaders should heed lessons former all-star CFO Andrew Fastow learned the hard way.
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Perfect Planning

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Performance improvement doesn’t have to be complex. All you have to do is get behaviours right by defining what a perfect day would look like.
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Why Connected Managers Often Drop the Ball

by Issue: January / February 2016

Who you know is often said to make or break business plans. But NBA hiring practices show networking can actually be a dangerous thing.
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Shooting for the Moon

by Issue: January / February 2016

John Sculley, former CEO of Pepsi and Apple, once the highest-paid Silicon Valley executive, explains how to build billion-dollar companies that change the world.
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To Team or Not to Team?

by Issue: January / February 2016

Employing people who crave collaboration isn’t always a good thing, especially when the task at hand is relatively simple.
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Ethical Leadership Then and Now

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A unique examination of economic conditions and success at war during the tenure of 19 kings of Judah supports the modern case for ethical leadership.
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The Art of Early Talent Spotting

by Issue: November / December 2015

Not all jobs lend themselves to demonstrations of leadership potential, which is why organizations need to systematically look for “glimmers” of talent.
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Leadership Lessons Out of the Horrors of Auschwitz

by Issue: November / December 2015

Forgiving is rarely easy, but Holocaust survivor Eva Kor insists it is key to peace on Earth, not to mention clearing (and calming) the mind of decision makers.
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Q&A with Hap Klopp

by Issue: November / December 2015

The legendary entrepreneurial founder of The North Face obviously knows how to build a company, which is why his book about failure is a must-read for business junkies.

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