Entrepreneurs have become the new heroes of the business world. In the same way that Robert McNamara and his fellow Ford Motor Company “Whiz Kids” elevated general managers to star status, figures like Mark Zuckerberg
Today’s teams are different from the teams of the past: They’re far more diverse, dispersed, digital, and dynamic (with frequent changes in membership). But while teams face new hurdles, their success still hinges on a core
Jack Welch once claimed that great leaders are “relentless and boring.” Management thinkers largely agree: Good leaders are consistent in their decision making, stick to their commitments, and remain on-message.
Before leaving work each day, employees at Ubiquity Retirement + Savings press a button in the lobby. They’re not punching out—not in the traditional sense, anyway. They’re actually registering their emotions.
Collaboration is taking over the workplace. As business becomes increasingly global and cross-functional, silos are breaking down. Connectivity is increasing, and teamwork is seen as a key to organizational success.
Manager ci salveranno, come negli anni Settanta, i tanto bistrattati piccoli? Oggi i livelli di competizione internazionale sono tali da non permettere ampi spazi di manovra. Occorre un salto di qualità dei grandi gruppi.
Every year, in virtually all large and midsize companies, high-level leaders come together for a leadership summit.These events usually last two to four days and can rack up millions of dollars in costs:
Authenticity has become the gold standard for leadership. But a simplistic understanding of what it means can hinder your growth and limit your impact. Consider Cynthia, a general manager in a health care organization.