MIT Sloan’s cybersecurity research team reveal five effective practices to make cybersecurity a way of life
HEC Paris experts explore ideas for integrating sustainable innovation, inclusive growth, and social and environmental impact into corporate strategy
HEC’s Albert Meige considers digital disruption and the future of the mobility market citing Total, Tesla and Amazon
Cambridge Judge Business School Exec Ed offers help to create a business model fit for our disruptive times
Why your company needs a hybrid online-offline strategy to win the digital disruption battle
The development of business strategy is as much about emotion as rational thought
How the CEO/top management team interface can alleviate faultlines and improve performance
How better jobs lead to engaged employees, happier customers, stronger corporate performance and satisfied investors
How social outreach and cultural intelligence can drive innovation
HEC Paris builds ethically responsible companies to boost economic change and social good
When qualitative rather than quantitative forecasting can be a better guide to your organization’s future
Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus launches an inspirational initiative to reset the economic agenda at HEC
Able to exploit the present while also exploring the future
6 ways HR can help business-line leaders overcome common pitfalls and confront current business challenges
Businesses access vast amounts of data but struggle to use it to execute strategy - yet in theory, the possibilities are endless, says Darden School of Business professor Raj Venkatesan
Access the full magazine below. Corporate Governance, Managing Risk and Bridging the Values Gap
"However beautiful the strategy, you should occasionally look at the results" Winston Churchill
"The importance of reputation lies in its signalling power: in the absence of full information, it can create enduring and distorted perceptions."
Finding the optimal split between off-shored and local manufacturing
While many companies have R&D departments and processes, and all companies focus endlessly on financial analysis, how many have established processes for analysing and up-dating their business models?
Despite the bad press performance can benefit from shareholder activism
A company’s reputation is the most valuable asset that a company possesses, and yet, Tuck's Professor Paul Argenti says, many companies put their reputations at risk through activities or communications that don’t align with their stated values.
Developing the leadership and mind-set to face transient advantages
Corporate success depends on how well finance, HR, IT, and marketing align their operational models with strategy
Jeff Spahn explores the the inter relationship of purpose, profit and priorities.
Incorporating environmental, health, and social value into core business activities
In times of seemingly unlimited sources of information and hordes of analytical tools, how can information be used to gain competitive advantage?
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