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bake it in

M G Parameswaran, FCB Ulka Advertising, shows how brands today need to incorporate sustainability into their 4Ps mantra in order to create a more impactful marketing strategy.

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through a different lens

Elaborating on the Group’s transformative business models, Tony Henshaw presents a fresh perspective: do not just ask what effect your business has on the planet, but also ask what effect the planet will have on your business.

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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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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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what leadership looks like

Stuart Crainer traces the journey of the Haier Group, from hard times to becoming one of the world’s most innovative companies under the stewardship of Zhang Ruimin.

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how to achieve four-way wins

Life is the intersection and interaction of four domains: work, home, community, and the private self, according to Stew Friedman, Wharton School, University of Pennsylvania.

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path to equilibrium change

Roger Martin, Martin Prosperity Institute, talks about the power of social entrepreneurship to change a stable, unjust equilibrium into a new, sustainable one.

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collaboration: rise of the third wave

Reputation has emerged as the new social currency in the age of collaborative consumption, says Rachel Botsman, Saïd Business School, Oxford University.

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