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Report from the Front Lines of Workplace Disruption

by Issue: January / February 2021

Working in HR today is like climbing a steep mountain, on your own, in the dark, without a rope, during a perfect storm.
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Why Chairperson-cum-CEOs Have No Place in Today’s Capitalism

by , et al.Issue: September / October 2020

Faithfully serving the interests of all corporate stakeholders requires following governance best practices, which can’t be done without a real separation of powers.
Businesswoman - Homeoffice

Cultivating Virtual Competence

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

Before deciding the future of remote work, smart managers will fully explore the opportunities COVID-19 exposed by re-thinking the training of virtual employees.
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Winning the Mobility Race

by , Issue: November / December 2020

When thinking strategy, executives in the mobility space need to note that brands will soon be taking a back seat to digital experiences.
Friedrich Nietzsche, german philosopher, 1844-1900

The Nietzsche School of Management

by Issue: September / October 2020

When it comes to how decision makers understand problems, Nietzsche’s insights are as valuable to executives today as any lesson offered by modern business schools.
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Governing Outside the Boardroom

by , Issue: May / June 2020

Research on how to make directors more strategic highlights the need to better utilize the time between board meetings.
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Battling Intolerance One Conversation at a Time

by , et al.Issue: November / December 2020

Effectively fostering equity, diversity and inclusion in the workplace requires enabling all concerned to chose engagement over silence when bias and ignorance rear their ugly heads.