What advice would you give new college graduates about launching themselves into the workforce? Beginning May 12, 2013, I facilitated a discussion around this question on LinkedIn. The hundreds of responses
For all of the books (thousands) written on leadership, individuals (millions) who have participated in leadership seminars and dollars (billions) invested in leadership development, too many leadership
This post is co-authored with Lisa Bodell. Over the past several years we have heard hundreds of managers talk about the negative impact of complexity on both productivity and workplace morale. This message
I’ve been researching what allows companies to be successful even when their competitive advantages are short-lived — a phenomenon I call transient advantage. The Regus Group, Ltd., a company that provides
One of the dilemmas of firms in rapidly transforming environments is that their ownership structure may get in the way of making tough decisions. Investors in publicly traded companies are understood desire
The board of directors is supposed to keep watch over the CEO, right? So if the CEO also serves as the chairman of the board, you’re setting yourself up for trouble, or so the conventional wisdom goes.
The form of capitalism that has emerged in Britain is the textbook description of how to organize capital markets and corporate sectors. It features dispersed shareholders with powers to elect directors