Jud Linville, CEO, Global Cards and Consumer Services at Citi, speaks to Dean Bill Boulding about leadership as part of the Distinguished Speaker Series at Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business.
According to Professor Bettina Büchel, in several countries, firms are now expected to share current and aspirational diversity figures and report on progress. Today, there are still fewer women than men on company boards, even though in many countries that...
Professor William A. Fischer on moving to where the ideas are flowing Agility: Idea Flow is Critical," interviewed by Paul Hunter. Engaging users is among the many secrets that underlie successful innovation. The newest innovation in innovation is the use of rich...
Are you creating value for your firm? It's a tough world out there and only firms that succeed in creating value will survive in the long-term. The key is to focus on what your customers really want. Journal of Management...
  No doubt at the heart of every business operation there is a need for effective risk management. In many cases partnering and collaboration can provide mitigation and greater certainty of outcomes on all sides of the relationship, through more...
Innovation describes the process of changing or creating more effective processes, products or ideas which can increase the likelihood of the business succeeding. Agility is the capacity of the business to identify and capture opportunities more quickly than rivals...
According to Jermaine Haughton od CMI, the trust displayed throughout all levels of your organisation can be make or break in determining its growth, productivity and culture. Trust is a unique quality built over a period of time, but can...
The Strategy& Chief Executive Study, with Richard Rawlinson, Carolin Oelschlegel highlights CEOs with more diverse experience hired in the UK compared with other global regions. Over the past fourteen years, Strategy& has researched Chief Executive successions and success trends among the...
"Culture" refers to norms of behavior and shared values among a group of people. "Norms of behavior" are ways of acting that persist because they are rewarded and the group teaches these behaviors to new people, sanctioning those...
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