Linda Hill, author of Collective Genius, believes leaders should create a context in which people are willing and able to innovate
Peter Cuneo, former CEO of Marvel Entertainment and the man behind seven corporate turnarounds, on what really goes into resurrecting a failing company.
Networked organizations mean flatter structures and more creativity, and also a new approach to managing a workforce that thinks and behaves differently. In 1994, when the internet was still mostly an academic information channel, most organizational charts looked a lot like they had for a hundred of years—as many as seven or eight levels from top to […]
The internet economy is bringing efficiency to the world of work, but it has downsides as well.
Gary Hamel, the Godfather of Management 2.0, on reengineering the DNA of organizations based on, among other things, the principles of markets.
Germany is the football world champion. What can companies learn from the success of the German soccer team? Hermann Simon, Chairman of Simon-Kucher & Partners and author of the highly acclaimed Hidden Champions, sees seven important lessons for companies that can be derived from the team’s performance.
As their companies globalize, Chinese leaders will also have to adapt and adjust to a universal culture. There are certain qualities a leader must have that have stood the test of time. Certain character traits such as diligence, intelligence, and integrity, as well as the ability to see the big picture and have a clear purpose […]