• Three Principles For Building A Company That Lasts
    Entrepreneur - Jun 24
    Recently I went on a trip to Portland to meet with Ziba, a design firm that was founded over 30 years ago. I’ve been running my development studio JAKT for almost four years now, and I thought I’d been in business a... Read »
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  • Resilience Is About How You Recharge, Not How You...
    HBR - Jun 24
    As constant travelers and parents of a 2-year-old, we sometimes fantasize about how much work we can do when one of us gets on a plane, undistracted by phones, friends, and Finding Nemo. We race to get all our ground work... Read »
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  • Why Business CEOs Don’t Make Effective...
    Forbes - Jun 24
    Let’s imagine that a major business CEO wanted to run for president of the United States.  Oh wait, we don’t have to imagine:  the Republicans ran Mitt Romney, longtime CEO of Bain Capital, in 2012 and appear set to... Read »
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  • How The ‘Glass Ceiling’ Became Such A...
    Washington Post - Jun 24
    Hillary Clinton cracked another glass ceiling this week, reaching the number of delegates needed in the Democratic primary race to become the first female presumptive presidential nominee of a major political... Read »
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  • Making The Most Of Managing Millennials
    Entrepreneur - Jun 24
    New technologies are remaking the workplace just as the Millennial Generation overtakes the workforce from Generation X and the Baby Boomers before them. This transformation of the business world is reshaping the nature of... Read »
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  • The Management Thinking We Should Never Have Forgotten
    HBR - Jun 24
    Gothenberg, Sweden, is a long way to travel from Boston for a breakthrough idea in management — especially one that is more than 40 years old. I made the journey to attend a health care confab where Don Berwick, the... Read »
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  • Four Easy Ways Anyone Can Start Developing Leadership...
    Forbes - Jun 24
    Ever feel like you’re at the bottom of a long chain of authority? Pretty sure there aren’t enough resources at your company to help you develop essential skills that’ll get you moving up that chain? Well, you’re not... Read »
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  • Design How Your Team Thinks
    HBR - Jun 24
    Every day, we sit in meetings in which someone presents a problem or opportunity. The response is always a version of “What are we going to do about it?” When’s the last time someone said, “How are we going to think... Read »
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  • Is It Safe For CEOs To Voice Strong Political...
    HBR - Jun 23
    Earlier this month Jonah Peretti, the founder and CEO of global internet news company BuzzFeed, took a public political stand. He broke off an advertising deal with the Republican National Committee (RNC) worth $1.3... Read »
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  • Why More Media Headlines Are Actually Bad For Women...
    Washington Post - Jun 23
    When a woman is appointed to lead a major public company these days -- think GM's Mary Barra or Yahoo's Marissa Mayer -- it often becomes a major media event, met with wall-to-wall news coverage and an avalanche of... Read »
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  • Making Business Innovation Part Of The Job Description
    Switch & Shift - Jun 23
    Business innovation means something different to each company. For some, it’s all about the product: To innovate, an idea must bring something new to the market. Others view innovation as change: If incremental... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Five Habits Of People Who Get Promoted To Leadership
    Forbes - Jun 23
    Are you one step away from a senior leadership role? The secret to getting over the line and being promoted to that new leadership level can be one simple thing: giving yourself permission to lead. People are often told... Read »
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  • 10 Numbers That Show The True Power Of Small Business
    Entrepreneur - Jun 23
    If the 2008 financial crisis was the story of “too big to fail” institutions that well, failed, then the U.S. economic recovery has been a tale of the strength, resilience and productivity of small businesses. In other... Read »
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  • This Big Change Was Supposed To Make Performance...
    Washington Post - Jun 23
    There’s a revolution going on in corporate human resources departments, and the much-hated annual performance review is in the cross-fire. Over the past few years, a fast-growing number of high-profile companies have... Read »
    3 days ago
  • Results In 100 Days: No Honeymoon For New Executives
    CEO.com - Jun 23
    With corporations getting more aggressive about fast-tracking executives and boards expecting early results, the honeymoon period for new hires is more myth than reality. Seasoned executives are especially vulnerable during... Read »
    3 days ago