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21st-Century Talent Spotting
Jobs are changing rapidly, and the question now is not whether people have the right skills; it’s whether they have the potential to learn new ones. [...]
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Whiteboard Session: How Does Blockchain Work?
The power of a distributed ledger. [...]
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Transcending Either-Or Decision Making
Jennifer Riel, an adjunct professor at the Rotman School of Management, presents a model way to solve problems: integrative thinking. It’s taking the best from two inadequate options to come up with a successful solution. She gives examples from the film industry to show how CEOs have put the process to work. Riel is the co-author, along with Roger Martin, of the book Creating Great Choices: A Leader’s Guide to Integrative Thinking. Download this podcast [...]
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The Explainer: How Management Teams Can Have a Good Fight
These six tactics create productive conflict with a focus on issues, not personalities. [...]
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Research Shows Good Management Is Incredibly Hard to Copy
Don’t underestimate the importance of basic competence. [...]
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Whiteboard Session: Clashing with a Coworker? Here’s What to Do
These 4 steps will help you resolve conflicts, whether you’re a seeker or an avoider. [...]
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When to Listen to a Dire Warning
Richard Clarke, former counterterrorism adviser to U.S. presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush, has made a career of investigating disaster warnings. The way he sees it, catastrophes can happen at any time, so why should decision makers ignore a Cassandra? Now a cybersecurity firm CEO, Clarke is an expert at figuring out who is a conspiracy theorist and who is a credible source. He explains his method through a few case studies—on the Bernie Madoff Ponzi scheme, the Fukushima nuclear plant meltdown, and others—from his new book, Warnings: Finding Cassandras to Stop Catastrophes [...]
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Where Workers Are the Happiest
The countries and industries where subjective well-being is highest. [...]
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Whiteboard Session: How to Get Up to Speed in Your New Leadership Role
Avoid these common traps when you join a new organization. [...]
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Nike’s Co-founder on Innovation, Culture, and Succession
Phil Knight, former chair and CEO of Nike, tells the story of starting the sports apparel and equipment giant after taking an entrepreneurship class at Stanford and teaming up with his former track coach, Bill Bowerman. Together (and with the help of a waffle iron) they changed how running shoes are designed and made. Knight discusses the company’s enduring culture of innovation, as well as the succession process that led to former runner and Nike insider Mark Parker becoming CEO. Download this podcast [...]
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The Explainer: One More Time, How Do You Motivate Employees?
Get employees to move forward on their own, without being pushed. [...]
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The Explainer: Managing Multicultural Teams
Overcome the challenges and get everyone working together. [...]
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