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 A lot of leadership skills you learn at home. There is no leadership without a context," says Professor of Leadership Development and Organisational Change Manfred Kets de Vries, referring to his case study on British entrepreneurial businessman Richard Branson,...
According to by Richard Verity and Simon Mills, in times of uncertainty, strategic planning must shift from a bureaucratic, linear process to a more targeted approach that is both analytic and creative. Together, the following five pillars of corporate strategic...
According to Gregory Lewis, the head of Talent Acquisition at LinkedIn, Brendan Browne, confirms that using data and talent analytics has changed the way his department is perceived by the business. Will Gaker from LinkedIn’s talent analytics team and RJ...
According to Racounteur Business Events special report, business-to-business events are focusing on creating immersive environments with content that aims to engage all the senses. When software giant Salesforce kicked off its Dreamforce 2015 event, it dedicated an entire keynote session to...
Francisco D’Souza, CEO of Cognizant, reflects on the digital narrative that permeated the recently concluded World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland with Carnegie Mellon University President Dr. Subra Suresh and Iron Mountain CEO William Meaney.
    Purpose is key to management styles that help corporations engage and flourish – and moral purpose is the most important of all. Anne Francke, chief executive, CMI     The CMI Management 2020  report on the future of management and leadership showed...
Over 2/3 of college-educated Millennials would tell a friend about the benefits and perks offered by their employer.   85% of college-educated Millennials would accept a job when student loan repayment is offered Companies that are forward-thinking, have an opportunity to increase...
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...
You can't earn the trust of your customers with a policy statement. You can only earn trust with actions. Don Peppers - Customer Relationship Management and Marketing Expert   The problem is that the "actions" your company takes are taken by employees, not by...
Your company strives to innovate and differentiate, but do you have a sneaking suspicion that your buyers see less and less meaningful differentiation between your offer and that of your competitors? This experience is becoming increasingly common as competitors replicate...
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