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New Technology, New Choices

by Liu Zhiyi | Aug. 5 2022

The adoption of AI technologies into society will disproportionately affect different sectors and raise ethical questions that need to be.

Diversified Thinking

by Edward Tse | Aug. 5 2022

Given the unique challenges presented by the China market to foreign businesses, the importance of strategic thinking cannot be understated.

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Challenging Times

Ker Gibbs, outgoing President of the American Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, discusses US-China relations and the situation of.

by Patrick Body | Dec. 8 2021

A Counter Narrative

Kevin Rudd, former Prime Minister of Australia, discusses the cost of protectionism and foresees trade as the major battlefield of.

by Mable-Ann Chang | Oct. 11 2021

Daniel Kahneman Interview: Less-Than-Rational Actors

Before Daniel Kahneman, few if any psychologists influenced the field of economics. But the Nobel laureate reversed the assumption underpinning.

by Tom Nunlist | Sep. 11 2017

Clayton Christensen on Innovation: Finding the Jobs to Be Done

"Innovation" is difficult, yet the word itself is so overly used that the meaning of it has become hollow. Some.

by Tom Nunlist | Apr. 26 2017

Talent Management, an Interview with Edward E. Lawler III

Business has changed, specifically the relationship between management and employees. Once upon a time, companies offered careers—long-term, stable.

by John Christian | Jan. 25 2017

Roger Martin on the Lost Art of Strategy

Companies today are less enthusiastic about corporate strategy. Strategy as a way of thinking has become “a lost discipline”, as.

by Tom Nunlist | Sep. 21 2016

Dan Ariely’s Advice for Decision Making: Understanding our Minds

We make decisions every day. Most of them are small: Should I buy that shirt? Others demand more thought: Is.

by Tom Nunlist | Aug. 1 2016

Sydney Finkelstein And The Superboss Playbook

Throughout our careers, we encounter a range of management styles, with mixed results. But what is it that distinguishes a.

by Chris Russell | Apr. 20 2016

Henry Mintzberg on Rebalancing Society

Henry Mintzberg was once called the enfant terrible of management thinking. It’s not hard to see why. The author.

by Neelima | Feb. 8 2016

Rachel Botsman on the Collaborative Economy

The sharing economy has gone from being a niche idea most familiar to Silicon Valley insiders to one that has.

by Chris Russell | Feb. 2 2016

Francesca Gino on How to Not Get Sidetracked

Sometimes the biggest obstacle that stands between you and your goal is your wayward mind. You often start something new.

by Neelima | Oct. 21 2015

Linda Hill: “Everybody Has a Slice of Genius”

Linda Hill, author of Collective Genius, believes leaders should create a context in which people are willing and able to.

by Neelima Mahajan | Jul. 6 2015

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