By Suzanne C. De Janasz, Professor Michael D. Watkins and Christopher Zintel with Susan Stehli   At an IMD Discovery Event in February 2013, more than 150 executives attended an IMD Discovery Event that explored what it takes for leaders to...
Care to Dare to Unleash Astonishing Employee Potential By Professor George Kohlrieser and Nancy Lane with Susan Stehli At an IMD Discovery Event in September 2012, more than 170 leaders met at IMD for the “Care to Dare” Discovery Event during...
BOOK JUNE 2015 Your Strategy Needs a Strategy How to Choose and Execute the Right Approach By Professor Knut Haanaes with Martin Reeves and Janmejaya Sinha Executives are bombarded with bestselling ideas and best practices for achieving competitive advantage, but many of these...
How disruption is redefining leadership New IMD study looks at “must HAVE” qualities to lead in the digital age By Professor Michael R. Wade Imagine that you are an executive overseeing retail banking at a large financial services company. In addition to...
Leading Collaboration in Global Organizations: How to Build a House without a Hammer By Professor Martha L. Maznevski, Professor Charles Dhanaraj and Anouk Lavoie Orlick with Lindsay McTeague Contributors: Phillipe Jost, Sebastian Pons Miquel and Ebru Katip Almost 100 executives attended a...
Manage Millennials successfully. Here are the keys. Part of successful leadership is adapting your leadership style or behaviors to address the qualities and needs of the followers – a component of the highly-effective transformational leadership. The emerging group of workers –...
A Hazard of Innovation: “Falling in Love With Your Own Ideas” Mar 24, 2010 - There seems to be widespread agreement that innovation is the path to profitable growth and competitive advantage.  If that is true (I think it is true),...
Putting a Face to a Name: The Art of Motivating Employees   Could a simple five-minute interaction with another person dramatically increase your weekly productivity? In some employment environments, the answer is yes, according to Wharton management professor Adam Grant. Grant has devoted...
The Human Factor The human factor is the single most important factor in business. How your human resources department handles HR administration determines how happy your employees are and how long you can retain them.   Self-efficacy Researchers have identified that self-efficacy, or self-confidence,...
Ranking Employees: Why Comparing Workers to Their Peers Can Often Backfire What inspires an employee to work harder? More money, more often than not. But what about being benchmarked against peers, asks Wharton management professor Iwan Barankay in a new study titled,...
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