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Do you work for a dysfunctional autocrat or an inspiring leader?

Anthony Williams  04-08-2014 at 11:30 GMT

Hundreds of books, articles and case studies have been written on leadership in business – but most are written by people, who neither held penultimate leadership roles (i.e., CEOs) nor worked for any truly iconic leaders. So, it isn’t surprising that leadership is a much talked about topic, yet misunderstood by many.

The authors of this post have worked many...read more >

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Digitising to Differentiate

Sukhendu Pal  03-08-2014 at 21:40 GMT

Digitising business to radically improve performance is a hot topic for many companies. Senior executives in all industries are using digital advances such as big data, analytics, mobility, social media and smart embedded devices as well as improving their use of traditional technologies to change customer relationships, internal processes and value propositions.

 As businesses continue to experience unpredictability and unprecedented competition, senior executives are...read more >

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Can Innovation be Science?

Anthony Williams  27-02-2014 at 16:50 GMT

James Dyson’s bag-less hover and Steve Jobs’ iPhone have enriched millions of lives in ways that no one envisioned. Yet, neither sprung from groundbreaking scientific advances. Their genius was to use existing technology in innovative ways. Societies will be richly rewarded if we can find a way to quicken the pace of innovation. Yet misconceptions of the way forward are putting this goal farther out of reach.

A century ago, historians and economists linked innovation to the discoveries of scientists and navigators. As...read more >

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