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how to avoid being ‘Uberized’

Michael Wade, IMD, draws on Uber’s experience to show how players in the taxi industry should change their strategy to survive and thrive.

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being startup ready

Sivadas Raghava, RSI Content Solutions Inc, draws on his entrepreneurial experience to dispel some popular startup misconceptions.

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the balancing act

Everyone is expected to handle more than one task at the same time in a bid to increase productivity. But does multitasking deliver the desired results? Our experts explore the various facets.

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grappling with the future

Change the way you leverage limitless human capacity and embrace personal vulnerability in the way you lead, exhorts Bill Jensen, author of Future Strong.

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why your company might be risking a Kodak moment

You can be an innovative company and still go bankrupt. Take Kodak for example. They were a pretty innovative company, but that did not prevent them from going bust. Despite inventing the core technology used in digital cameras today, Kodak’s

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drawing together the path to innovation

Michael Townsend, through his art-based sessions, not only teaches corporates a new form of art but also links the entire experience to their everyday business environment.

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four reasons we settle for ‘good enough’

Marshall Goldsmith, author of Triggers, explores the nuances of ‘good enough’ behavior.

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unleashing collective genius

Leading innovation is about creating a context in which others are willing and able to innovate. Linda A Hill, Harvard Business School, shows the path.

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back to the future

Having compiled the Thinkers50 since 2001, Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove highlight how the 2015 ranking was perhaps the most intriguing and significant.

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management is a mindset

Management gurus cannot offer cookie-cutter solutions to problems. It is for organizations to analyze their thoughts and adopt what suits them best.

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