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The Sound of Leadership

by Issue: November / December 2018

Research into the influence of music shows executives can work toward improving performance while travelling or taking a shower.
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Being Undisruptable

by Issue: November / December 2018

To foster rapid development of new business models, Deloitte research shows CEOs are relying on a novel set of leadership characteristics.

Directing Disruption

by Issue: November / December 2018

Serving a board in the Digital Age is a lot like trying to win a sailing race in rough seas. It requires extreme focus and constant strategy review, says ICD head Rahul Bhardwaj.

Taking Leadership from Good to Great

by , Issue: November / December 2018

A lot of leaders think they are great at the job. Some are, most aren’t. The difference is self-awareness and willingness to develop character.

Being More than the Largest Thug in the Ring

by Issue: November / December 2018

In his memoir Marketing Saves the World, Bill Matassoni offers insights from a 40-year consulting career spanning McKinsey, BCG, Mitchell Madison and Glass House Group.

Speaking Up 101

by Issue: September/October 2018

When the instinct for self-preservation keeps employees silent the loss of knowledge significantly reduces an organization’s ability to act effectively.

Nurturing Virtual Teams

by , Issue: September/October 2018

Deploying legitimate peripheral participation (LPP) theory to foster engagement within virtual teams can pay enormous dividends.

Get in the Performance Flow

by Issue: July/August 2018

Want to increase productivity fivefold? Follow this simple guide on how to achieve a performance-enhancing state of flow in the workplace.

Taking Management Back to the Future

by Issue: July/August 2018

The one thing professional managers need most today is the freedom to do what they are trained to do.

Management Theory 2.0: Made (and Innovated) in China

by Issue: July/August 2018

Haier Group chairman Zhang Ruimin is rewriting the corporate playbook, hoping to ignite the IoT revolution by mashing together traditional tenets of capitalism with Eastern thought.

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