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Unearthing Hidden Customer Value

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

When it comes to getting the most out of existing customer pools, value-based segmentation can be a valuable a key.
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Battling Intolerance One Conversation at a Time

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

Effectively fostering equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace requires enabling all concerned to chose engagement over silence when bias and ignorance rear their ugly heads.
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Cultivating Virtual Competence

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

Before deciding the future of remote work, smart managers will fully explore the opportunities COVID-19 exposed by re-thinking the training of virtual employees.
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The Notorious Leadership of Ruth Bader Ginsburg

by , et al.Issue: September / October 2020

For people who aspire to drive change, studying RBG’s character is as important as replicating her commitment and competence.
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The Nietzsche School of Management

by Issue: September / October 2020

When it comes to how decision makers understand problems, Nietzsche’s insights are as valuable to executives today as any lesson offered by modern business schools.
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Why Chairperson-cum-CEOs Have No Place in Today’s Capitalism

by , et al.Issue: September / October 2020

Faithfully serving the interests of all corporate stakeholders requires following governance best practices, which can’t be done without a real separation of powers.
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Leadership Lessons from the Pandemic (and Samwise Gamgee)

by , Issue: July/August 2020

Why it is time for business leaders to show that great stories about fighting for what really matters can exist beyond fiction.
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The Business of Recovery

by Issue: July/August 2020

When facing major disruptions, firms need to embark on a born-again journey of self-discovery and healing similar to the mental health recovery process.
With the onset of Covid-19 in the year 2020, all businesses had to deal with the contagion in their own way. Some businesses closed entirely while others had to change their manner of operations. This sign reflects how one business communicated their message to customers in New York.

Transforming Supply Chains Amid Global Disruptions

by Issue: July/August 2020

As the COVID-19 pandemic has made clear, supply chain managers need to focus on more than simply increasing preparedness for global disruptions.

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