Join Vanderbilt professor David Nour’s, on Tuesday 31 March, to learn how to deliver information visually in a clear and concise manner
How family companies quietly outperform other companies (even in today’s disruptive environment)
Download Vanderbilt University’s essential 'Learning Tool' to drive transformational strategy
St. Gallen’s Prof. Dr. Karolin Frankenberger on bringing responsible business into current business models
MIT experts pose six questions to help build the next-generation enterprise
Watch as MIT’s John Davis delivers this high-level webinar with IEDP and learn a new formula for the long-term survival and success of family enterprises
IESE’s Marc Sachon shows how people and machines can work in sync to successfully implement Industry 4.0
Michigan Ross program to future-proof B-to-B and B-to-C marketing strategies
‘Prediction Machines’ a new book by three Rotman professors demystifies AI for the confused and worried
7 key recommendations on implementing an Industry 4.0 strategy
Gérard de Maupeou explains why strategic thinking is still a relevant managerial discipline in a volatile world
How manufacturers are adding value by adding services
A strategy to differentiate your business in the market and create spaces for ‘blue’ growth
The importance of strategic framing when selecting routines for change
What you're missing by carving out strategy from the top
To make good strategies companies need strategy processes with a ‘wow’ factor
Prof Dale Griffin says without the big picture, strategy is a non-starter
Helping women move beyond their professional specialisations up into strategic leadership
Which key posts need replacing to ensure a successful acquisition?
In 1962 President Kennedy asked a janitor at NASA, “What are you doing?” The janitor famously replied, “Well, Mr. President, I’m helping put a man on the moon.”
Visualising conceivable future scenarios can help find solutions to complex global problems
Applying actionable intelligence
Meeting business performance goals is directly tied to effectively managing risks
NYU Stern's Professor Nouriel Roubini sounds a warning
Why western companies should develop buyer relationships with China cautiously
5 key processes managers must master to make a winning strategy work
Senior Vice President of Executive Education at the Thunderbird School of Global Management, and once the global head of leadership development for Royal Dutch Shell, explains the challenges with going global fall in three general categories...
Designing experiential services so customers remember the best parts
From a CIA veteran and current professor of business intelligence
Strategy is a journey needing continuous, not intermittent, leadership
Paul Danos, Dean of Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth, explains why ethics and responsibility are key to great leadership and how they can be enhanced and developed.
“How do we lead in ways that position a business for the future while meeting current demands?”
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