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Change Only Happens When Managers Believe What They’re Saying

Why do so many corporate change programs fail? Often, it's due to manager disengagement.

Torbjørn Netland et al.  
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Perfectly Confident Leadership

Overconfident leaders put themselves, their teams, and their organizations at risk.

California Management Review  
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Do the Right Thing: How Business Can Respond to the Challenge of Racial Injustice

Proactively and transparently addressing issues of racial injustice is essential in modern organizations.

Nicholas Ind et al.  
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How Your Organization Can Prepare for Systems Disruptions

Exploring effective real world strategies for navigating uncertainty.

Tima Bansal et al.  
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From Order Takers to Decision Makers: Decision Backward Approach for Analytics Teams

Advanced analytics projects require special attention on people and processes.

Nikhil Sikka et al.  
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Four Ways to Improve Risk Reporting

Uncertainty is inevitable, but flexible adaptation and a long-range perspective can go a long way.

Ruchi Agarwal  
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The 4 Types of Leadership

How you communicate determines how you lead.

Carsten Lund Pedersen et al.  
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Preparing for a New Era of Work

COVID-19 is redefining the nature of employee autonomy.

Carsten Lund Pedersen et al.  
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Empower Your Employees Through the Pandemic With These 4 Ts

Managers must empower their employees with new tools as COVID has decentralized the workforce.

Carsten Lund Pedersen  
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Leading in a Troubled World: Lessons from COVID-19

The true test of leadership comes during times of crisis.

Tanusree Jain et al.  
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Transformational Leader or Narcissist? How Grandiose Narcissists Can Create and Destroy Organizations and Institutions

The traits of many confident, visionary leaders could also be dangerous signs of narcissism.

California Management Review  
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Achieving Ambidextrous Leadership: Driving 'Perform & Transform' Innovation for Step-Changed Business Results

Leaders need to balance stable growth with radical innovation.

Christopher Gentle et al.  
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Ambidextrous Leadership for the Fourth Industrial Revolution: A Conversation with Jim Hackett

Ford Motor Company executive Jim Hackett anticipates major changes in the 21st century

Hanan Al Haddi  
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Political Correctness Fatigue: Does Irreverence Make Better Leadership?

Softened language can often undermine authentic communication.

David Salisbury  
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Avenues for Better Enlightened Corporate Leadership

Many modern corporations emphasize social responsibility. What do those commitments look like?

David Salisbury  
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Millennial CEOs are Changing How Business Runs

Far from the stereotypes of being coddled, lazy, and entitled, the oldest Millennials are now industry vets, aged 36-...

David Salisbury  
 

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