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Jim Collins on the Building Blocks of Greatness

Jim Collins, author of classics like Built to Last and Good to Great, on great companies, managing in a networked.

by Neelima | May. 26 2015

Brave Old World: Managing the Older Workforce

Given the current demographic trends, how companies should gear up to manage an older workforce.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 4 2015

Brave Old World: Leading the Mature Company

Whether it’s the progress of technology, the rapid growth of the emerging markets, or the nature of capitalism to.

by Bennett Voyles | Apr. 29 2015

The Networked Company: Q&A with Sudhanshu Palsule

Sudhanshu Palsule on what it means to be a leader in a world without distance or hierarchy.

by Bennett Voyles | Mar. 3 2015

Family Business Succession Planning in China

Family business succession planning is always tricky. In China it is also fraught with cultural complexities.

by Bennett Voyles | Feb. 23 2015

Gary Hamel: “Innovation is the Only Insurance against Irrelevance”

For three decades strategy guru Gary Hamel has been stressing upon the need to make innovation a systemic capability, but.

by Neelima | Dec. 16 2014

How CEO Zhang Ruimin Reinvented Haier – Three Times Over

Bill Fischer, author of Reinventing Giants, on how CEO Zhang Ruimin transformed Haier from a lumbering giant into the world.

by Neelima Mahajan | Sep. 2 2014

The Importance of Creativity in Business

NYU-Stern professor Kim Corfman on the importance of creativity in business and the role of culture in spurring or.

by Neelima Mahajan | Aug. 13 2014

Does the Alibaba IPO mark a new stage for Chinese companies in the US?

Does the Alibaba IPO have the potential to change the perception–and fortunes–of other Chinese companies in the US.

by Bennett Voyles | Jun. 10 2014

3M Company: In China for China

Francis Hu, COO and CFO at 3M China, talks about the company’s ‘location management’ strategy and the opportunity in.

by Neelima Mahajan | Feb. 13 2014

How to kill innovation without really trying

Human beings can be pretty ingenious if left to their own devices. However, with a little effort, they can be.

by Bennett Voyles | May. 9 2013

The global implications of the rise of Chinese leaders

As their companies globalize, Chinese leaders will also have to adapt and adjust to a universal culture. There are certain.

by CKGSB Knowledge | Jun. 29 2011

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