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Seizing the ASEAN opportunity: GE ASEAN CEO Stuart Dean

Map Out Cultural Conflicts on Your Team

When you’re on a global team, cultural differences can be complex and can often seem contradictory. The biggest challenge comes when differences are complex in surprising ways.<p>Here’s a letter I received from an executive at automotive supplier Valeo, a French company with big client bases in …

From Global Challengers to Global Leaders

BCG's infographic explores the financial performance, recent headwinds, and innovation and talent issues surrounding the global challengers–100 companies from 18 countries that are growing and expanding overseas. Read the full report, here: http://on.bcg.com/1wh0KlU.

Manager and machine: The new leadership equation

As artificial intelligence takes hold, what will it take to be an effective executive?<p><b>In a 1967</b> <i>McKinsey Quarterly</i> article, “The manager and the …

The Growing Standardization of Health Outcomes Metrics

The Fundamental Trends Reshaping Life Insurance

Creating Savings Products Without Guarantees<p>For decades, insurers relied on guaranteed savings products that offered high, stable returns, which …

Workers Don’t Have the Skills They Need – and They Know It

How do workers feel about the adequacy of their skills? Until now, few studies have examined their views. Today, a survey of employees is being released that provides strong confirmation of the notion that employees need better skills to do their jobs well, especially skills related to …

The manager and the moron

The computer is a moron. And the stupider the tool, the brighter the master must be, says Peter Drucker. In this <i>Quarterly</i> archive article, he …

How Banks Are Bringing Back the Love

It’s no fun being a banker these days. Competition is fierce, new customers scarce and the financial crisis remains a reason for some people to …

Customer Experience

How Being Filmed Changes Employee Behavior

Since Michael Brown’s shooting in Ferguson, Missouri, more than 154,000 people have signed a “We the People” petition to the White House to “require all state, county, and local police to wear a camera” to curb misconduct. The Ferguson police force was recently given about 50 cameras, following a …

Datacoup Wants to Buy Your Credit Card and Facebook Data - MIT Technology Review

Datacoup, one of the first companies to offer people money in exchange for their personal data, has finished a closed trial of its service and is now …

The Apple Watch May Solve the Usual Smart-Watch Annoyances - MIT Technology Review

Today I finally got to try on a smart watch that fits my wrist, looks good, and purports to be full-featured yet not overly annoying.<p>While other …

Delivering Digital Infrastructure

The Internet is the essential infrastructure of the twenty-first century. It is as revolutionary in its effects on how people live, work, play, and …

Germany Puts Out The Welcome Mat

With one of Europe’s lowest birth rates and oldest populations, Germany needs immigrants, and not just any immigrants. It needs the world's highly …

Rotary Strengthened Their Brand by Simplifying It

It’s no surprise that simplicity sells. Too many options can overload short-term memory, inhibiting the ability to process information, creating cognitive overload. In addition, excessive options can spark feelings of remorse after transactions as customers continue to wonder if they had made the …

The Industries Plagued by the Most Uncertainty

It’s a cliché to say that the world is more uncertain than ever before, but few realize just how much uncertainty has increased over the past 50 years. To illustrate this, consider that patent applications in the U.S. have increased by 6x (from 100k to 600k annually) and, worldwide, start-ups have …